LVCC Families

Financial Aid

Need help paying for child care?

Consider applying for subsidized child care. The subsidized child-care program helps low-income families pay their child-care fees. The state and federal governments fund this program, which is managed by the Child Care Information Services (CCIS) located in your county. If you meet the guidelines …

  • The CCIS will pay a part of your child-care fee (called a subsidy payment).
  • You will pay a part of the fee (called a family co-pay).

The subsidy payment and the family co-pay are paid directly to the child-care program. You can call or visit the CCIS office for a subsidized child-care application. The following are the basic guidelines for subsidized child care: You must:

  • Live in Pennsylvania
  • Have a child or children who need child care while you work or attend an educational program
  • Meet income guidelines for your family size
  • Work 20 or more hours a week OR work 10 hours and go to school or train 10 hours a week
  • Have a promise of a job that will start within 30 days of your application for subsidized child care
  • Attend an educational program, if you are a teen parent
  • The child who needs care must be a citizen of the United States or an alien lawfully admitted for permanent residency
  • Have proof of identification for each parent or caretaker in the home.

CCIS of Lehigh County

1520 Hanover Avenue Allentown, PA 18109-2360
610-437-6000 Phone
800-528-7222 Toll-Free
610-437-6500 Fax

CCIS of Northampton County

2200 West Broad Street Bethlehem, PA 18018
610-419-4500 Phone
866-800-3880 Toll-Free
610-419-3888 Fax

LVCC Scholarship Fund

The LVCC Scholarship Fund benefits low-income, working families who are eligible for government child-care subsidies and are on the waiting list. Help is also available to pursue vocational training or for tuition-paying families experiencing a financial crisis.

To be considered for scholarship assistance, you must:

Download a Scholarship flyer

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