Oneida Child Care Service Programs
The Oneida Child Care Services Program is dedicated to protecting children and strengthening families by giving the parent(s) opportunity to quality child care. The child care service is available to support low income families by sharing the cost of child care. Child care subsidy or assistance may be available for work, employment search, training and education, teen parents in high school, counseling services, and emergencies.
The Child Care Service Programs are funded by Federal and State grants.
How to Apply
Please contact the Child Care Services Program at 920-490-3939 or 1-800-216-3216 to review services, guidelines and funding options that may meet the needs of your family. Services provided include Wisconsin Shares Child Care Subsidy Program Child Care Development Fund. Our office also offers a two-hour drop-in child care center for individuals who have appointments/meetings at the Ka^nikuhli-Yo Family Center There is also opportunity for individuals to obtain a child care certification to become a provider.
Wisconsin Shares Child Care Subsidy Program Application:
CCDF Child Care Services Program Application:
Child Care Developmental Fund (CCDF)
Child Care Developmental Fund (CCDF) is a federal block grant that may provide financial assistance for working families who may not be eligible for Wisconsin Shares Child Care Subsidy Program.
Eligibility Criteria: The parent/guardian must be in an approved activity (work, education/training, TANF activity, etc.) Funding is based on income, household size, and number of children in care.
Native American child/ren from birth up to their 13th birthday who are enrolled, eligible to be enrolled or has a sibling or parent within the household who is enrolled in a federally recognized tribe or whose custodial or non-custodial parent, guardian or grandparent is an enrolled member of a federally recognized tribe that reside in Brown or Outagamie counties.
Most families are required to pay a portion of childcare costs and are responsible for selecting their childcare provider. To help find a child care provider go to YoungStar.
- 2020-2022 Child Care and Development Plan Oneida Nation
- 2023-2025 Child Care and Development Plan_Oneida Nation
- Child Care Development Fund Consumer Statement
Wisconsin Shares Child Care Website
Track your child’s development
Family & Child Care Resource
Parenting and finding quality child care
Wisconsin Child Care Finder
My WI Child Care Parent Bulletin
Wisconsin Shares Child Care Subsidy program
MyWIChildCare EBT card
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The Children's Center (CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE)
The Ka^nikuhli-Yo Family Center’s Children’s Center is an on-site childcare center for families utilizing any programs within the Ka^nikuhli-Yo Family Center, such as Behavior Health, TANF, Job Center, Economic Support and Fitness. Parents/guardians must remain on the Ka^nikuhli-Yo Family Center’s premises at all times and the service is limited to 2 hours at no cost, for children from birth to 12 years of age. Teachers reserve the right to limit the number of children based on child/teacher ratio. Priority is given to scheduled classes and workshops that have reserved childcare spots.
Children’s Center Hours:
Monday – Friday
8:00 am – 11:50 am and 1:00 pm – 4:20 pm
Child Care Certification
Are you interested in starting a home day care?
- You receive payment and an income to support your family.
- You get to be the one with children all day instead of them being in childcare.
- You get to be your own boss.
- You are in charge of your own hours.
- You get to plan how your days will go and what your schedule will be.
- You get to watch children grow and learn.
If this sounds like it could be exciting and rewarding, please contact our child care certifier for more details.
Patti Barry at 920-448-6361 or email: email@example.com
**This service is being provided by the Economic Support Child Care Administration Grant.