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Due to an order from the Governor, Child Care Consultants will be working from home.

Posted on: March 16th, 2020 by Kristen Miller

All providers will receive CCW payments for ALL enrolled children regardless of their attendance or whether or not your program is closed.  No CCW clients will be suspended from the program due to attendance.
If you need to send documents, please email them to, your caseworker or mail them. We will be processing US mail and items left in our Lemoyne or York drop box daily. Refer to emails sent to you from CCC staff and the CCC e-newsletter for more details.  We apologize for the inconvenience. Stay safe.  Thank you.

Connections to Caregiving

Posted on: February 6th, 2020 by Kristen Miller

Connections is a training series for newly DHS Certified Family providers or those still journeying through the certification process.

Click here for a printable version.

Waitlist Update!

Posted on: November 13th, 2019 by Kristen Miller

ELRC Region 9 (Cumberland, Dauphin, Lebanon and Perry Counties) currently has a waiting list date of 1/14/20.

ELRC Region 10 (Adams, Lancaster and York Counties)
currently does not have a waiting list.

Congratulations Child Care Consultants!

Posted on: November 13th, 2019 by Kristen Miller
Child Care Consultants has been named one of the 2019 Game Changers: Business of the Year award winners.

Game Changers recognizes Central PA’s most dynamic and impactful businesses and business leaders who share a commitment to professional excellence, business growth and the community.

Do you want to start your own Home Child Care Business?

Posted on: September 3rd, 2019 by Kristen Miller

Posted on: April 24th, 2019 by Kristen Miller

United Way of York County Partner Agency

Posted on: September 27th, 2018 by Kristen Miller

Find Child Care in Pennsylvania

Posted on: August 24th, 2018 by Kristen Miller

Finding quality child care programs has never been easier, thanks to!

OCDEL Announces Increased Payment Rates for Providers

Posted on: July 23rd, 2018 by Kristen Miller
Action required for providers. The PA Office of Child Development and Early Learning (OCDEL) has announced it is increasing payment rates to child care providers serving children in subsidized care. Effective August 1, 2018, the Child Care Works (CCW) program will lift the base rate freeze for STAR 1 and STAR 2 providers, as well as apply a general Maximum Child Care Allowance (MCCA) base rate increase of 2.5% across all counties, provider types, STAR levels and care levels. STAR 1 and STAR 2 providers being paid below the MCCA will be paid the lower of their private-pay rates or the MCCA.
Please note:
Child care providers will receive a packet in the mail containing a new Provider Agreement and instructions on updating your rates. Providers will have the opportunity to increase/update their rates through the new agreement for certified providers. Please return the Provider Agreement completed page one (1) and signed page six (6) along with your “Appendix C-1 ELRC Subsidized Child Care Provider Reported Rates” and your published private-pay rates.
In order to be paid for the month of August, all providers in ELRC Regions 9 and 10 must submit to Child Care Consultants, Inc. the following:
  • Provider Agreement completed page one (1) and signed page six (6)
  • “Appendix C-1 ELRC Subsidized Child Care Provider Reported Rates”
  • Published private-pay rates
Child Care Consultants, Inc. must receive this information by 8/5/18.
Please return to:
Child Care Consultants, Inc.
ELRC Regions 9 & 10
29 N. Duke Street
York, PA 17401
Providers can contact Rebecca Anciso at 717-771-8541 or with questions or for further assistance.

Child care allows families to work

Posted on: May 7th, 2018 by Admin

Child care allows parents to work and employs thousands of York County residents. It is a critical component of the York County economy. More importantly, it is the foundation for future learning. Countless research shows the best way to ensure that a child will succeed in school, graduate from high school and become a productive member of society is to start them out on the right path. The research of  James Heckman, Nobel Laureate economist from the University of Chicago, concluded that the greatest return on investment is from programs that are focused on young children. The 40-year High Scope Preschool study found that for every $1 invested in high-quality early childhood education we can save $7 on costs associated with special education, teen pregnancy, high school dropouts, juvenile delinquency, welfare dependency and prison.

Dr. Craig Ramey of Georgetown University found that for every 50 kindergarten children who experience difficulty in learning pre-reading skills, 44 of them will not be reading on grade level in third grade. School performance in third grade can predict, with 90 percent accuracy, which children will go on to drop out of school. Therefore, it is imperative that we ensure that every child enters kindergarten with the skills necessary to succeed.  CCC does just that by working with parents to develop their skills as their child’s first teacher, partnering with all types of early childhood education programs to improve their quality, and working with business and community leaders and organizations to support young children and their families.