Any licensed or registered provider of child care services in the South Plains area may apply to have a provider agreement with Workforce Solutions Capital Area Child Care Services.
Three Basic Requirements to Become a Contracted Provider:
Requirement 1: Licensing and Registration
To have an agreement to provide child care services, a provider:
- Must have a current license or registration with the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services (TDFPS), the United States Military Services, or the Texas Department of State Health Services (TDSHS) as a child care center, licensed day care home, registered family home, or a youth camp
- Must not be on corrective or adverse action or corrective denial with these agencies
- Must have established a satisfactory compliance history with these agencies
- May not be an “Applicant Status” with Child Care Licensing
Note: We will also consult with other agencies such as the Child Care Food Program of the Texas Department of Health & Human Services to determine whether a satisfactory compliance history has been established.
Requirement 2: Abiding by Terms of the Provider Agreement
To have an agreement with WFS South Plains CCS, a child care provider must:
- Sign a provider agreement, which is also signed by a representative of Workforce Solutions S.P.
- Agree to abide by the terms of the provider agreement
Requirement 3: Attend a Program Orientation
In addition to the agreement requirements, interested providers must schedule an individual appointment by contacting WFS S.P. CCS.