Childcare providers provide more than a place for kids to go while parents work. You’re someone’s hopes, safety net, and security. The community couldn’t work without you.
You Support The Community,
Let Us Support You
Workforce Solutions Borderplex is a name people trust for quality care. Whether you’re growing your business, establishing it a safe, secure, and nurturing environment, or taking it up a notch, becoming a childcare provider under us offers boundless opportunity.
How Can We Help You?
The state of Texas currently offers four types of approved childcare providers :
Registered Family Homes
Licensed Family Homes
homes not licensed or registered by the Department of Family and Protective Services
For information on licensing requirements, visit the
Qualifying parents may choose a relative to provide child care services who is:
18+years of age
A relative by marriage, blood, or court decree
Living in a different household than the eligible child
To qualify, relatives must become listed with DFPS to become eligible as a
Child Care Services approved relative
Step One |
Becoming a Child Care Services Provider with Workforce Solutions Borderplex begins by registering with the Texas Health and Human Services Child Care Licensing office.
Step Two |
Once you’ve been approved and licensed, set up an appointment with our Child Care Services office.
The Impact You Make
The Texas Rising Star program makes sure everyone knows it. As a certified TRS provider, you not only receive the recognition and recommendation of the state of Texas and Workforce Solutions Borderplex, but you’ll receive a higher reimbursement rate based on your star rating.
Every Texas Rising Star provider has a 2-, 3- or 4-star rating reflective of the quality of care provided. Plus, we make sure you maintain or raise your rating by allocating the funds to do so, via :
& Much More
-Obtain a contract with Workforce Solutions Borderplex Child Care Services
-Must be licensed as an operational childcare provider for a minimum of 12 months
-Must have no major deficiencies cited by Child Care Licensing within the last 12-months at the time of application
Interested In Becoming A Texas Rising Star Provider?