The EVICS Child Care Scholarship Program provides temporary child care and preschool tuition assistance to Estes Park families who demonstrate financial need and for whom other funding sources are not available. Qualifying families must live and/or work in the Park R-3 School District and use a participating licensed childcare program or home provider.
Applicants are first reviewed to see if they may qualify for the Colorado Child Care Assistance Program (CCCAP). If they do not qualify for CCCAP, EVICS will then consider applications for scholarships.
Applicants must demonstrate financial need as evidenced by one or more of the following:
- Medicaid enrolled
- Free or reduced lunch enrolled
- Salud sliding scale/CHP+ enrolled
Gross monthly family income is less than:
$2,920 for family of 2
$3,683 for family of 3
$4,445 for family of 4
$5,208 for family of 5
$5,971 for family of 6
In special circumstances, as funds are available, clients with the following types of needs will be considered for assistance (documentation is required):
- Medical emergency or temporary financial hardship that threatens basic needs.
- Preschool assistance for Pre-K child with social, emotional or developmental need.
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