Do you want to expand your child care program so you can serve more children and families? If so, 4C for Children can help you understand what requirements you need to meet and help you attain your goal!
If you are a current licensed child care provider in Ohio and are considering changing to a different license type, you will need to go through the licensing process again. Of course, you’ll find that you are familiar with many parts of the process as they include steps you’ve done before. Visit the 4C Resource Library for support to help you navigate through the process.
If you are expanding your current license by adding a classroom or age group in your existing location, there’s never been a better time! You may be eligible for funding to help your expansion.
Stabilization Grant Funding
Dollars from federal Stabilization Grants can help fund:
adding or expanding infant/toddler care school-age care, or care for children with special needs.
expanding your hours of operation to include non-traditional hours: Weekdays between 7 p.m. and 6 a.m.; Weekends between Saturday 12 a.m. to 6 a.m. Monday
Once completed, a 4C specialist will reach out to help you make your dreams of expanding your business come true.
This funding is for very specific geographic locations and program types. If there isn’t funding available for you now, know that we will contact you in the future should additional dollars become available. Knowing what you need will also help us seek funding to meet your needs.