|Food Reimbursement - Day Care Homes
A maximum of two meals (breakfast, lunch, or supper) and one snack (morning or afternoon) or one meal and two snacks may be claimed per child per day. Reimbursement rates are based on income or geographical eligibility of the provider or children in care.
Rates per meal served in Day Care Homes
Effective July 1, 2016 - June 30, 2017
Provider TIER 1 Eligibility
If you are a TIER 2 provider and think that you might qualify as a TIER 1 provider based on the new family income guidlines, 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.
Day Care Child TIER 1 Eligibility
If you are a TIER 2 provider you have an option as to whether or not you wish to income qualify any, all or none of your day care children. If individual day care children qualify based on the new family income guidelines, then you can be paid at the higher rate for that child's meal. For more information about qualifying individual day care children, call our office.
Food Reimbursement - Day Care Centers
A maximum of two meals (breakfast, lunch, or supper) and one snack (morning or afternoon) or one meal and two snacks may be claimed per child per day. Reimbursement rates are based on parents' income.
Day Care Center Eligibility
To be eligible to participate in the CACFP day care centers must be: public institutions (i.e. federal, city, county, military); or private, non-profit tax-exempt organizations.
If You Are a For Profit Day Care Center:
For Profit Child Care Centers may participate in the CACFP if 25% of the enrolled children or 25% of the licensed capacity are eligible for free or reduced price meals or receive Title XX benefits.(CCS). Eligibility status determines whether the enrolled children fall into the free, reduced-price, or paid meal category. Eligibility status must be determined up front because eligibility determinations affect payments which are based on the Blended Rate method of reimbursement.