Department for Community Based Services http://wfpl.org en Three Months After Cuts, Nearly 19 Percent Fewer Kids Using Kentucky's Child Care Subsidy http://wfpl.org/post/three-months-after-cuts-nearly-19-percent-fewer-kids-using-kentuckys-child-care-subsidy <p>Kentucky&#39;s child care subsidy program for low-income working families has 18.6 percent fewer children participants than a year ago.</p> Tue, 08 Oct 2013 10:49:57 +0000 Joseph Lord 7133 at http://wfpl.org Three Months After Cuts, Nearly 19 Percent Fewer Kids Using Kentucky's Child Care Subsidy After Cuts, How Many Fewer Children Are Using Kentucky's Child Care Assistance Program? http://wfpl.org/post/after-cuts-how-many-fewer-children-are-using-kentuckys-child-care-assistance-program <p>Earlier this week, Kentucky children's advocates and others lobbied state legislators to halt drastic cuts to a program that provides financial aid to low-income working families to cover child care costs.</p><p>Those cuts, announced earlier this year, changed the<a href="/post/drastic-cuts-kentucky-child-care-assistance-leave-low-income-families-few-options"> eligibility requirements for the Kentucky Child Care Assistance Program. </a>They went into full effect on July 1.&nbsp;</p><p>It's been two months. Here's how many kids have lost access to CCAP.</p><p></p> Sun, 22 Sep 2013 11:12:09 +0000 Joseph Lord 6931 at http://wfpl.org After Cuts, How Many Fewer Children Are Using Kentucky's Child Care Assistance Program?