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For Existing CCAP Providers

CCAP Providers must renew licenses every two years. Family Child Day Care providers who care for children in the provider's home must also submit a midpoint review after one year. Appropriate forms for license renewals are below.

Class E School Child Care Program
School Child Care Programs are public and non-public schools which operate prekindergarten, before-and-after school, or summer care programs and charge for these services. It can either be licensed as a Class A Child Care Center or registered as a Class E School Child Care Program.  If registered as a Class E School Child Care Program, registration must be renewed every two years.


Family Child Day Care Homes (FCDCH) 
A FCDCH provider cares for children in her own home. The provider must care for no more than six children including her own children and any other children living at her residence who are under age 13, or age 13 through 17 if disabled. She must be 18 years of age or older, not live at the same residence as the child(ren) for whom care is being provided or use the head of household’s address (residence or P.O. Box) as a mailing address, obtain a statement of good health from her physician, agree to use only safe children’s products and to remove from the premises any products which are declared unsafe and recalled, meet registration requirements outlined in R.S. 46:1441 et. seq., and meet all registration requirements of the Department of Children & Family Services.

A FCDCH provider must be the sole caregiver for the child(ren) during the hours she is registered to provide care. A FCDCH provider may not hire anyone to care the child(ren). She must ensure that a working telephone that can receive incoming calls and can send outgoing calls is accessible at all times in the home in which care is being provided. Registration as a FCDCH provider must be renewed every two years, with a midpoint review after one year.


In-Home Providers (PROVIDING CARE IN THE CHILD(REN)'S HOME)
An In-Home provider cares for children in the children’s home. She must be 18 years of age or older, not live at the same residence as the child(ren) for whom care is being provided or share the head of household's address (residence or P.O. Box) as a mailing address. She must only care for the children who live at the residence in which care is being provided, and meet all certification requirements of the Department of Children & Family Services.

An In-Home provider must be the sole caregiver for the child(ren) during the hours she is certified to provide care. An In-Home provider may not employ anyone to care for the child(ren). She must ensure that a working telephone that can receive incoming calls and can send outgoing calls is accessible at all times in the home in which care is being provided. Registration as an In-Home provider must be renewed every two years.


Class M Child Care Center
Class M Child Care Centers are child care facilities that are licensed by the Department of Defence.  They are not licensed or regulated by the Child Care Licensing and Regulatory Section. To be eligible for participation in CCAP a facility licensed by the Department of Defence must complete a Class M Provider Agreement and furnish verification of the rates the center charges for child care.


Additional Criminal Background Check Forms (CCAP 16-E)

Provider Rate Agreement Form (CCAP 15R)

Direct Deposit Authorization Form (DD 2)

Provider Equipment Agreement (CCAP 14EA)