Child Care Tuition Assistance Program
Section B – Benefits Schedule, Eligibility, Ineligibility and Denial Criteria
The chart below describes how benefits will be determined for eligible employees.
*Total Family Income refers to Adjusted Gross Income for the Tax Year.
**The benefits will be reduced by the amount of other state or local child care employees receive.
***Monthly subsidy amounts apply to the total monthly costs of child care not cost per child.
Employees, including new hires, that have a child(en) up to and including age 13 or a disabled child through age 18 in day care, may be eligible to apply. The basic eligibility requirements are as follows:
Married employees must not be separated from their spouses and the spouse must meet one of the following conditions:
Note: This does not mean that the employee then becomes ineligible however, they must notify the CCTAP Program Coordinator and the APHIS Program Contractor regarding their change in marital status.
The following employees are not eligible to participate in this program:
Note: Temporary employees whose appointments are extended may apply upon a one-year extension.
CCTAP application denials will only occur if an employee does not: