Child Care

Child Care

There are no Provider Training opportunities scheduled until further notice. We appreciate your understanding!

Information For Childcare Assistance

Parent(s) must be working, going to school, or enrolled in a job-training program — full or part-time. School may be high school, college (including post-graduate school), or GED preparation. Job training includes Vo-Tech, or job skills training program.
Family must meet Child Care Services’ adjusted monthly income guidelines. Parents must share the cost of child care by paying a co-payment fee based on a sliding fee scale; the closer a family comes to the maximum monthly amount, the higher their co-payment.
Parent or child meets the federal definition of an Indian.
Family lives within the Ottawa Tribe Child Care service area.
Child(ren) is not older than 13 years of age.
Documents List for Subsidy Certification
Child’s age verification (birth certificate)
Proof of parent or child’s tribal affiliation: CDIB or tribal membership card
Proof of residence (copy of monthly utility bill (gas, water or electric) with physical address of home)
Family monthly income (current check stubs)
Work or school schedule (Employment verification form stating days and hours worked and rate of pay; letter from school official stating specific class schedule)
Social Security cards for all family members
Current immunization records

To Apply For Childcare: 


For Childcare Providers:

To become a childcare provider for the Ottawa Tribe, a provider must submit an original application. Faxed copies will be accepted to begin the application process. 

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