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Subsidized Child Care

The Department of Human Resource’s Office of Child Care Subsidy administers the subsidized child care program funded through the Child Care and Development Fund (CCDF). The mission of the program is to provide Alabama’s low and moderate-income families with equal access to affordable and quality child care services as they participate in work, educational or training activities. Currently, the Department administers the program regionally through four (4) Child Care Management Agencies (CMA’s) in nine (9) regions.

You may be eligible for services if you are making your home in Alabama and are employed and/or enrolled in school/training and making no more income than is allowable.

Military Support

Kiddie Care Learning Centers Support Military Families

Finding the right care and early education environment for your family is an important decision. We know this decision can be impacted by many variables in a military family's life.

Kiddie Care Learning Centers has partnered with Child Care Aware of America (formerly known as NACCRRA) in an effort to offer fee assistance for Active Duty military families and solutions to their child care needs when care at a Child Development Center on the installation is not available.

Military Families Receive:

  • Reduced tuition rates (to determine your family's eligibility visit http://www.naccrra.org/military-families)
  • High-quality care and an unsurpassed learning experience (KinderCare has more nationally accredited centers than any other private child care provider in the country)
  • Consistent curriculum no matter where you relocate (we have more than 1,400 centers nationwide)
  • Confidence that your child is well cared for
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