As a provider in our program, you play an important role in assisting low-income families in becoming self-sufficient and offering them quality childcare. To become a provider, you are responsible for meeting and maintaining these requirements.
If you are a child care provider or would like to become one, we have resources available, including easy access to child care forms, how to become a provider, and training resources.
Applications are now being accepted for the 2022 Child Care Relief Fund!
Click here to learn more.
Child Care Services Provider Handbook
The TWC CCS Program helps eligible families with child care expenses and helps child care providers improve their services. Child care providers who meet certain requirements may become providers by signing an agreement with CCS. In this Child Care Services Provider Handbook, child care providers who sign this agreement are called providers.
Download CCS Provider Handbook (PDF)
Quality Initiatives for Child Care Providers
These quality initiatives give our providers and parents more access to information on high quality child care and education.
Additional Resources for Child Care Providers
We have a variety of resources available for providers, including information on training and becoming a provider.
Child Care Assistance FAQ for Providers
Find answers to frequently asked questions by child care assistance providers.
If you would like to apply to become a child care provider, please contact us.