Tag: Department of Economic Security

ALERT! Child Care Administration Releasing Wait List and Authorizing Services for NEW Applicants

| August 3, 2015
ALERT! Child Care Administration Releasing Wait List and Authorizing Services for NEW Applicants

Effective June 8th, Arizona’s Child Care Administration (CCA) will be releasing all of the children on the waiting list and will be authorizing services for new applicants if the family’s income is at or below 110 percent of the Federal Poverty Level ($1,815 a month for a family of 3).

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ALERT! Child Care Administration Releasing Wait List and Authorizing Services for NEW Applicants

| July 29, 2015
ALERT! Child Care Administration Releasing Wait List and Authorizing Services for NEW Applicants

Effective June 8th, Arizona’s Child Care Administration (CCA) will be releasing all of the children on the waiting list and will be authorizing services for new applicants if the family’s income is at or below 110 percent of the Federal Poverty Level ($1,815 a month for a family of 3).

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Infant & Toddler Training Program – September 20th

| September 3, 2014
Infant & Toddler Training Program – September 20th

The Infant and Toddler Training Program will be held Saturday September 2oth, 2014 at New Beginnings Preschool 3926 S. Walapai Drive Flagstaff, AZ The workshops will include: Forming and Sustaining Relationships with Children and Families: 8:30 – 10:30 AM This workshop will demonstrate how caregiver’s behaviors and feelings help young children feel secure and safe. […]

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DES Releases 4,000 Children from Child Care Priority Waiting List

| July 22, 2014
DES Releases 4,000 Children from Child Care Priority Waiting List

PHOENIX – The Department of Economic Security announced today it released 4,000 children from the DES Child Care Administration’s Priority Waiting List as a result of funds made available in the special session that created the new Department of Child Safety. The provisions required DES to use funds made available to serve additional low income […]

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