Early Childhood Education in Indiana and Funding Options for Childcare
Nowadays, it can be difficult to find a safe, quality childcare or preschool that is also affordable. ABC’s & 123’s Learning Centers in Indianapolis, Noblesville, and Avon locations understand your top concerns as a parent as well as your busy schedule. That’s why we provide safe, nurturing, and educational programs for Indiana children, infants through school aged.
High-quality, licensed preschool programs are not only a great choice for families who value safety and developmental childcare, but those programs often qualify for alternative funding options. Here are some childcare funding options that Indiana families may be eligible to receive:
On My Way Pre-K
On My Way Pre-K provides educational funds to those at 4 years of age from low-income families. On My Way Pre-K awards help children receive quality pre-K program and to be prepared for kindergarten and beyond.
For the time being, this program is only available at our Indianapolis location because the program is based on county and Marion is the only one of our counties currently participating.
For more information or to apply, visit http://in.gov/fssa/carefinder/4932.htm
CCDF (Child Care and Development Block Grants)
Child Care and Development Fund (CCDF) provides opportunities to low-income families to receive childcare and education. CCDF allows quality child care to be available, affordable, and accessible to many families.
For more information, visit https://www.in.gov/fssa/carefinder/3900.htm.
Private pay is always an option and can be more affordable than you expect. Our childcare programs in Indianapolis, Avon, and Noblesville offer discounts for sibling groups as well as affordable part time and full time tuition rates for developmental preschool and childcare.
Schedule a tour to learn more about our quality programs and to see pricing breakdowns.
You might also find more useful tips to save money on child care and sources to help pay for it here: https://www.care.com/c/stories/3153/7-sources-to-help-pay-for-child-care/