Kickapoo Tribe of Okahoma
Day/Child Care Programs
Community Child Care Center
10525 S. Hwy 102
McLoud, OK 74851
General Rights and Center, group home and day care home thatare licensed by the State of Oklahoma.
In home care and family child care are family members only.
Parent should have unlimited access to their children while in any
child care setting.
Must report suspected abuse child by a child care provider to the department
of Human services in that county or if on tribal land contact the Tribal Police.
Have the right to change provider upon giving a 10 day notice to the Care
Development Fund Program.
Have a right to see any writen complaints that the Child Care Development fund
Program has on file on concerning a provider.
Parents have the choice
on the type of Child Care:
To Qualify for Child Care Be a member of Kickapoo Tribe in the following: Pottawatomie, Oklahoma,
Cleveland and Lincoln Counties or a member of Federally Recognized Tribe
who lives in our area.
Both parents be working or in training and in need of child care services.
Have children with ages from 12 years to infant or with special needs under age of 18.
Meet eligibility requirements based on family size and income.
Must not be receiving another assistance from other Tribal CCDF
programs or Department of Human Services.
Item to Bring when
Applying for Assistance:
1-CDIB card(s) for child(ren).
2-Copy of original birth certficate for child(ren).
3-Current immunizations for child(ren).
4-Proof of household income: current checks stubs or statement of financial aid.
5-Proof of residence: utility bill or copy of lease.
6-Current class schedule (if attending a college, university or vo-tech).
7-Court document of divorce/separate, marriage license.
8-Common Law marriage needs to have their names on documents (Example: bank accounts/bills).
9-Provider information (provider has forms to fill out).
Provider will receive Provider Notice of Child Care Approval forms for each month
to assist in paying the cost of child care. Forms must be signed by parents and
providers. Forms must be turned in each month by the 1th of the month.
The coordinator will do a home visit to the providers home to inspect every six months.
Every applicant must reapply for services every 12 months and update file after 6 months
and depending upon availability of funds, may be placed on a waiting list.