Subsidized child care in Georgia is provided through the Childcare and Parent Services (CAPS) program to help low income families afford quality child care. The CAPS program is administered in all 159 Georgia counties through the county Department of Family and Children Services.
Learn more about the CAPS program.
How to Apply for the CAPS Program
Learn about the application process for the CAPS program.
Learn about activities requirements for the CAPS program.
Learn about income requirements for the CAPS program.
Choosing a Child Care Provider
Child care resources for families
Child Care Provider Resources
Information for child care providers.
Forms & Policy
Download an Inquiry Form and review Policy for the CAPS program.
Review Georgia’s Child Care State Plan and Market Rate Survey.
Child Care Data Resources
Find statistics and reports on children and families.
Temporary Child Care Assistance (TCCA) ends September 30, 2010.
Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently Asked Questions about Georgia's Child Care and Parent Services program.