Child care assistance


Child Care Assistance is provided to eligible parents to keep Ohio families engaged in work and training effort while on the road to self -sufficiency. Below, are frequently asked questions and answers pertaining to Child Care Assistance and Child Care Providers.


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How do I Apply for Child Care Assistance?

An application may be picked up at Coshocton County Job and Family Services from the front desk. The application needs to be complete in order to be processed. If you are working that means 30 days of income verification or a letter from employer. If you are attending school, you will need to turn in a class schedule, past class grades and transcript and verification of how you are meeting your current living expenses. If you are working with the O.W.F program you need to have a Self Sufficiency Contract signed. 

Click the following link or the application:

How do I find a Child Care Provider?

When you pick up an application a list of current Child Care Providers will be given to you.

Dear Parent:

Click here for a list of licensed child care providers located in Coshocton County. The Coshocton County Department of Job and Family Services does not make provider recommendations. You are responsible for contacting and selecting a provider that can best meet your needs. We encourage you to consider hours, location, type of care, daily activities, back-up plans, etc. when making your choice. Also, you should contact more than one provider and arrange to visit, observe, and ask questions in order to make an informed decision.

Income Guidelines for Child Care Assistance

Click here for our current childcare assistance guidelines.

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