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Child Care Program Office (CCPO)

Mission: We support Families in Accessing Quality Child Care

Vision: Safe, healthy child care is available and affordable for all families in Alaska.

The Child Care Program Office (CCPO) is the lead agency for the Federal Child Care Development Fund (CCDF) functions.

The CCPO monitors, regulates, and licenses child care facilities across the state and further promotes child care quality through grants to Child Care Resource & Referral agencies and the direct administration of the Child Care ​Grant Program.

The CCPO promotes capacity and accessibility in child care with special attention to infants, school age child care, and children with special needs.

Current Events

June 27, 2017Response to Question and Comments Regarding Proposed Regulation Changes for the Child Care Assistance Program

On April 17, 2017, the Department of Health & Social Services proposed to adopt regulation changes to 7 AAC 41, Child Care Assistance Program, law file JU2017200132, dealing with Child Care Assistance Rate Schedule, Family Income and Contribution Schedule, and enrollment authorization.

The Department of Health & Social Services is posting this notice of questions, comments, and responses regarding the proposed regulation changes. The questions, comments, and response are attached to this posting.

You can also view the responses to questions and comments on the Alaska Online Public Notices.  

How Can We Help You?

Real-time, comprehensive list of child care providers in the state of Alaska.
Regional office locations, phone numbers, and contact information for PASS II and PASS III.

Child Care Licensing, Licensed Exempt, Child Care Assistance, and Child Care Grant
Child Care Assistance application, PASS program, Alaska IN!, and resources and referrals
Information on regulations, statutes, federal reports, and family and provider resource lists.
Child Care Assistance Program, Child Care Grant Program, Licensing, and Accounting forms.

important notice iconTo file a complaint against a child care provider, please email or contact our main office at (907) 269-4500 or 1 (888) 268-4632.

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