Child Care Services Program
The Oneida Child Care Services Program is dedicated to protecting children, strengthening families, and providing affordable child care while offering parental choice in selecting a child care provider. Child care may be available for work, employment search, training and education, teen parents in high school, counseling services, self help programs and emergencies.
Wisconsin Shares Child Care: is an income based subsidy program to assist with the cost of child care for low income families residing in Brown or Outagamie Counties in Wisconsin to maintain employment or obtain education. Families are responsible for a portion of the cost of care.
Child Care Developmental Fund (C.C.D.F) : is an income based subsidy program to assist with the cost of child care for low income, Native American families residing in Brown or Outagamie counties in Wisconsin so they can maintain employment or obtain education. Families are responsible for a portion of the cost of care and may be asked to apply for Wisconsin Shares prior to being eligible for funding.
State Family Services/Crisis Respite Child Care: Respite care for families experiencing emergency or crisis situations, and time-out child care opportunities for parents/families as an effort to reduce the risk of abuse or neglect. Services may be limited to referral from a health care professional or mental health counselor.
How to apply: Please call the Child Care Services Program at 920-490-6800 or at 1-800-216-3216 so a pre-screen can be completed over the phone to determine which funding source will meet the needs of your family. An appointment will be scheduled at our office to complete the application process.
All programs are subject to funding availability.