Child Care Subsidy Program

Wake County Human Services

Address

Wake County Human Services
Child Care Subsidy Program
220 Swinburne Street
Raleigh, NC 27610

Phone

(919) 212-7000

The Wake County Child Care Subsidy Program provides financial assistance to parents for their child care needs for families based on an assessment of need, income and family size.  Each county receives an annual allocation of state and federal funds used for subsidized child care services for its residents. To learn more about how to apply, please visit the Child Care Subsidy Program web page.

NEXT STEP

Want to learn more about this program? Please contact Wake County Human Services at (919) 212-7000.

MANAGING AGENCY

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The Child Care Subsidy Program is partially funded by Wake County SmartStart and is managed by Wake County Human Services. Wake County Human Services, in partnership with the community, will facilitate full access to high quality and effective health and human services for Wake County residents.

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