The CCDF program is a federally funded child care subsidy program that assists working families or families seeking higher education through child care financial assistance and promotes children’s learning by improving the quality of early care and education and after school programs.
Modoc Nation Child Development Fund is now offering grants to eligible childcare providers in the service area. Applications will be accepted from October 201 – February 28, 2022. Childcare providers must be licensed, registered, certified, or regulated by March 11, 2021, and be in good standing, meeting state and local health/safety requirements. Applicants can apply regardless of receiving previous grants. See service areas below.
The Purpose of the Family Preservation Program is to:
*Assist parents so that they are alleviated of stress by removing financial barriers to providing adequate education and health services to Indian children of our Tribal Community. (Health Services can include, dental, vision, sports exams, etc.)
*To provide families with the ability to cope with the problems of daily living, and to preserve or restore their social, emotional or economic well-being providing for future tribal generations a more stable foundation.
*Clients will only have to submit one application per year; however any changes to school status or address must be reported so that we may keep your application current. A verification statement will be required prior to each issue date.
Applications will be released as funding becomes available to addresses on file at the Modoc Nation enrollment office. Make sure your address is current!
If your child has a physician diagnosed special need or disability then you may be eligible for assistance in the form of tutoring, equipment, learning tools, etc.
Tribal members are eligible for assistance with eyeglasses and hearing aids. Click this link to download the form.