Setting Payment Rates

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This Resource Directory provides resources that can support Tribal Lead Agencies in the development of Section 4: Tribal Lead Agencies with Small Allocations Only - Direct Services.

Tribal Lead Agencies are required to establish payment rates for child care services that ensure eligible families have equal access to child care services comparable to those services provided to families not eligible to receive CCDF services.

The New Mexico Early Childhood Education and Care Department worked in partnership with external fiscal consultants to develop a robust alternative methodology, incorporating a cost study and development of a cost estimation model.

This webinar, Increasing Subsidy Payments and Setting Rates, Including Cost of Care: Requirements and Options, will help Child Care and Development Fund (CCDF) Lead Agencies understand the requirements and options for including cost-of-care information when setting subsidy rates.

This guide outlines strategies for increasing subsidy payment rates for direct child care services.

This brief provides a summary of family co-payment requirements for Lead Agencies included in the CCDF Rule. It outlines mandates as well as areas of flexibility in co-payment policies and sliding fee scale structures.

The purpose of this tool, used in conjunction with the Affordable Co-payments Brief, is to allow Lead Agencies to evaluate whether they meet policy requirements for setting affordable co-payments, explore policy flexibilities available to them, and consider the impacts on administration when...

This infographic explains the data that a state or territory must gather and post as part of its Equal Access plan and for rate setting.

This resource discusses the use of administrative data in conducting market rate surveys, highlighting considerations for CCDF Lead Agencies in selecting administrative data for their market rate surveys.