Home Reimbursements

A maximum of two meals and one snack or one meal and two snacks may be claimed per child per day.

CCFP Rates

Rates per meal served in Day Care Homes

Effective July 1, 2018 - June 30, 2019

Meal Services

TIER 1

TIER 2

Breakfast

$1.31

$0.48

Lunch/Supper

$2.46

$1.48

Snack

$0.73

$0.20

Meals:

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner

Snacks:

  • Morning (AM Snack)
  • Afternoon (PM Snack)

DAYCARE HOMES
Income Eligibility Guidelines for Determining
Free and Reduced Price Benefits
Effective July 1, 2018 – June 30, 2019

Household Size

Total Income

Annual

Reduced

Monthly

Reduced

Twice Monthly

Reduced

Every Two Weeks

Reduced

Weekly

Reduced

1

$15,782

$1,316

$658

$607

$304

2

$21,398

$1,784

$892

$823

$412

3

$27,014

$2,252

$1,126

$1,039

$520

4

$32,630

$2,720

$1,360

$1,255

$628

5

$38,246

$3,188

$1,594

$1,471

$736

6

$43,862

$3,656

$1,828

$1,687

$844

7

$49,478

$4,24

$2,062

$1,903

$952

8

$55,094

$4,592

$2,296

$2,119

$1,060

For each additional family member add:

+$5,616

+$468

+$234

+$216

+$108

What does TIER Mean?

USDA determines Home Daycare reimbursements as Tier 1 or Tier 2. A Tier 1 determination based on school data or census data is valid for five years from the effective date of the determination, and if you don't qualify for Tier 1, you automatically become Tier 2.

 

Provider TIER 1 Eligibility

You are considered Tier 1 if you qualify with any of the following:

  • School Data
  • Census Data
  • Provider Income

 

If you are a Tier 2 provider and think that you might qualify as a Tier 1 provider based on the new family income guidelines, then call our office and we will send you an application and help you determine whether or not you will qualify. Remember, since you are self-employed your NET income (after deductions) counts, not your GROSS.

 

Daycare Child TIER 1 Eligibility

If you do not qualify as a Tier 1, you are automatically a Tier 2.

 

Tier 2 providers have an option as to whether or not they wish to income qualify any, all, or none of their daycare children. If individual daycare children qualify based on the new family income guidelines, then they can be paid at the higher rate for that child's meal.

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DAYCARE HOMES
Income Eligibility Guidelines for Determining
Free and Reduced Price Benefits
Effective July 1, 2018 – June 30, 2019

Household Size

Total Income

Annual

Reduced

Monthly

Reduced

Twice Monthly

Reduced

Every Two Weeks

Reduced

Weekly

Reduced

1

$15,782

$1,316

$658

$607

$304

2

$21,398

$1,784

$892

$823

$412

3

$27,014

$2,252

$1,126

$1,039

$520

4

$32,630

$2,720

$1,360

$1,255

$628

5

$38,246

$3,188

$1,594

$1,471

$736

6

$43,862

$3,656

$1,828

$1,687

$844

7

$49,478

$4,24

$2,062

$1,903

$952

8

$55,094

$4,592

$2,296

$2,119

$1,060

For each additional family member add:

+$5,616

+$468

+$234

+$216

+$108

DAYCARE HOMES
Income Eligibility Guidelines for Determining
Free and Reduced Price Benefits
Effective July 1, 2018 – June 30, 2019

Household Size

Total Income

Annual

Reduced

Monthly

Reduced

Twice Monthly

Reduced

Every Two Weeks

Reduced

Weekly

Reduced

1

$15,782

$1,316

$658

$607

$304

2

$21,398

$1,784

$892

$823

$412

3

$27,014

$2,252

$1,126

$1,039

$520

4

$32,630

$2,720

$1,360

$1,255

$628

5

$38,246

$3,188

$1,594

$1,471

$736

6

$43,862

$3,656

$1,828

$1,687

$844

7

$49,478

$4,24

$2,062

$1,903

$952

8

$55,094

$4,592

$2,296

$2,119

$1,060

For each additional family member add:

+$5,616

+$468

+$234

+$216

+$108

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