Kids in Care

The Kids in Care program reimburses regulated child care providers for caring for children while parents engage in formal job search activities. The Kids in Care program is for unemployed parents. Parents need to meet specified financial eligibility requirements based upon federal regulations. Providers can be reimbursed for up to 150 hours of 'drop in' child care for each Kids in Care family they provide care for.

If you would like more information on the Kids in Care Program or if you are a refugee and need to find child care, need child care assistance or would like to become a professional child care provider please call Tina at 801-326-4399.

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Major funding for Children's Service Society is provided by the following community-minded organizations and agencies. Thank you.

American Express

Castle Foundation

Child Care Aware of Utah

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Foundation

Utah Department of Workforce Services – Office of Child Care

eBay Foundation

Edwards Lifesciences Fund

Energy Solutions

Frances W. Burton Foundation

The George & Dolores Doré Eccles Foundation

Henry W. and Leslie M. Eskuche Foundation

Herbert I. and Elsa B. Michael Foundation

In-N-Out Burger Foundation

John and Dora Lang Foundation

Kennecott Utah Copper Charitable Foundation

Larry H. Miller Charities

Lawrence T. Dee & Janet T. Dee Foundation

Marriner S. Eccles Foundation

R. Harold Burton Foundation

Ruth Eleanor & John Ernest Bamberger Memorial Foundation

Salt Lake County Substance Abuse Prevention Services

Sorenson Legacy Foundation

State of Utah

Sterling & Shelli Gardner Foundation

Thatcher Company

United Way of Salt Lake

Utah Division of Child & Family Services

Utah Health Department, Office of Home Visiting

Utah Masonic Foundation