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Childcare Care Resouces

Childcare Directory

Available online and in print through Community and Family Resources Department

Child Care and Development Fund (CCDF) Voucher Program

This Child Care Assistance Program helps low-income working parents/guardians or student partens by paying all or part of their child care expenses. Children from birth to 13 years are cared for in child care homes and centers with financial assistance provided by the Indiana Family and Social Services Administration.

As of October 1, 2005, the City of Bloomington Community and Family Resouces Department no longer serves as an intake agency for the Child Care Development Fund (CCDF) Voucher Program. The State of Indiana has regionalized the program, and the new agency handling Intake and Recertification appointments follows:

Community Alliance and Services for Young Children (CASY)

Visit CASY's Website for Information, Forms, and More

Or Contact CASY by Telephone:

812-232-3952 - or - 800-886-3952

Serveral counties are in CASY's service delivery area -- Intake and Recertification appointments can be completed at locations in any of these counties, which include Clay, Greene, Monroe, Morgan, Owen, Parke, Putnam, Sullivan, Vermillion, and Vigo Counties. The location for Child Care appointments in Monroe County is located at Work One, 450 S. Landmark Ave., Bloomington, IN 47404 or call 812-331-6000.

Existing and new clients of the (CCDF) Child Care Voucher Program should contact CASY at the telephone numbers listed above for information on the child care program, and /or to schedule an appointment.

Indiana University Child Care

Child Care services at Indiana University Bloomington (IUB) are provided to meet the various child care needs of students, staff, and faculty. Indiana University recognizes the numerous benefits generated by the provision high quality child care to both students and employees.

Child care is supported by the Bloomington campus in the form of both in-kind support and strong annual financial subsidies. This means that that parents do not have to pay the true cost of care, keeping weekly fees as low as possible.

For more information regarding Indiana University Child Care Visit: