Department of Human Services

Child Care Certificate Program Online Policy Manual

Work Requirement Exemptions

Revised:

11.1

AT APPLICATION (FOR TRANSITIONAL, AT-RISK, AND LOW-INCOME PROGRAMS)

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Parents applying for TCC, At-Risk, and Low-Income assistance who do not meet work/school requirements may be given a 30-day certificate to reach them. To receive a 30-day certificate, it is not necessary for the parent to have any work/school hours. However, a client may not receive 2 consecutive 30-day certificates there must be a one month period of full compliance before the client may be granted another 30 day window to reach the required hours.

 

EXAMPLE:

 

A TCC eligible client with no work/school hours is given a 30-day certificate to allow them to reach the required hours needed to qualify. After 30 days, the requirements have not been met and the assistance is stopped. The next time they attempt to access TCC, the parent must already be meeting the work/school requirement.

 

 

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