A New Financial Support for Families: Early Ed Connect

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Families that need assistance paying for child care can now apply online.

 

Choosing a high-quality early care and education program is an important decision. At Day Early Learning, we aim to make our high-quality early learning accessible to all families by accepting a number of financial assistance grants and offering one of our own as well. Day Early Learning centers accept Indiana’s child care assistance fund (CCDF), On My Way Pre-K and Title XX, as well as our own Tuition Assistance Program.

Families seeking financial assistance through CCDF, On My Way Pre-K and Title XX now have a new way of applying with Early Ed Connect.

 

What is Early Ed Connect?

Early Ed Connect is a one-stop shop where Hoosier families can apply for On My Way Pre-K and other child care assistance in Indiana online. The application at Early Ed Connect functions as a screening tool to help families understand if they qualify for federal or state-level support (CCDF, Title XX and OMWPK).

 

Applying for Early Ed Connect

If you are a family applying for state-level support, the first thing you need to do is open an Early Ed Connect account. To do so, visit https://earlyedconnect.fssa.in.gov/.

 

Need help applying?

For instructions on how to apply, read this helpful article or check out this video.

Visit EarlyEdConnect.FSSA.gov to learn more.

 

What happens if I don’t qualify for state assistance?

If you don’t qualify for state assistance programs, ask us about the Day Early Learning Tuition Assistance Program by using our contact form.

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