Child Care



While you work, go to school, or attend job-training classes, you deserve to know that your children are safe in good hands. 

Now, You Can 

Eligible parents can handpick the right provider for their families with the most costs covered from our approved list. Whether it’s their education or childcare, we’re here to make sure that you can provide the life you want for them. 

What's the Catch?
No catch. If you qualify, you can count on financial support in getting your child care costs covered. Plus, if you have a relative that can help pitch in with the child care work, they may qualify to get paid! Learn more about our Child Care Services program by calling our

Eligibility Hotline: (915) 500-7665



Select the option that applies 

Currently, CCS maintains a wait list of eligible families who are in need of childcare assistance. The wait list period may last anywhere from 6-12 months (in some cases longer).


New Applicants                    Currently Enrolled


To see which eligible service providers are in your area click HERE


Interested in participating as a Workforce Solutions Borderplex Childcare Provider?

Visit Our Becoming a Provider Page


Already a WSB certified provider? 

Visit Our Provider Portal 



A parent eligible to receive subsidized child care assistance may select a relative as their choice for child care provider when the following is met.   

Relative Providers listed with Child Care Regulation (CCR) is eligible for Child Care Services (CCS) reimbursement as long as the relative meets the following definition.


A relative child care provider is an individual who is at least 18 years of age, and is, by marriage, blood relationship or court decree, and of the following:

  • The child’s grandparent
  • The child’s great grandparent
  • The child’s aunt
  • The child’s uncle
  • The child’s sibling (if the sibling does not reside in the same household as the eligible child

CCR definition of Listed Family Home as the following:

  • Provides care and supervision for up to three unrelated children.
  • Provides care at least four hours a day, three or more days a week, for three or more consecutive weeks; or four hours a day for 40 or more days in a 12-month period.
  • Provides care in the primary caregiver's home.
  • Must meet minimum standards.
  • Is not routinely inspected unless a complaint is received regarding a possible violation of the minimum standards.

To begin the process you will be required to list with CCR by submitting the listed home application.  The link below will take you to the CCR website at


The link below will provide you with additional information.

Have Questions? 

Contact childcare services for more information at 915-500-7665


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