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Wednesday, November 15, 2017
Rep. Lesser - Great News: Care 4 Kids has reopened
good news: Care 4 Kids, Connecticut’s primary child-care support
program, has been reopened, and eligible families on the wait list can
now begin to enroll.
There are 5,769 low-income families across
the state on the wait list, and this is a great opportunity for them to
obtain affordable, quality child care so they can continue to work and
at the same time foster the healthy development of their children.
Families who registered on the wait list will begin to receive requests
to apply in phases starting today. Consistent with state rules,
enrollment begins with the highest-need families defined by priority
groups and those families who have been on the wait list longest.
Additional information on the Care 4 Kids program can be found by visiting www.ctcare4kids.com or calling 1-888-214-KIDS (5437). To contact the Office of Early Childhood, visit www.ct.gov/oec or call (860) 500-4412.