Reimbursement


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If you are serving breakfast, lunch and a snack to just 6 children for 21 care days during a month you can be reimbursed between $3,266 and $6,804 per year. Providers are subsidized for the meals and snacks served to each enrolled child. A provider can claim a maximum of two meals and one snack or two snacks and one meal per child per day. You’ll receive money each month children are in your care, see rates below:

USDA CACFP Family Day Care Home Reimbursement Rates

(Effective July 1, 2019- June 30,2020)
 
Tier 1
Tier 2
Breakfast $1.33 $0.48
Lunch/Supper $2.49 $1.50
Snack $0.74 $0.20

Payment is based on a two-tier reimbursement system.

  • Tier 1 reimbursement is determined by income, qualifying school or census eligibility.
  • Tier 2 reimbursement applies to those who are not eligible based on one of the above criteria.

To determine your eligibility for Tier 1 rates based on income, see chart below:

To see if the school that serves the address of your day care qualifies for Tier 1 rates, Click Here For PDF.

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Income Eligibility Guidelines

CACFP Family Size and Income Guidelines

(Effective July 1, 2019- June 30,2020
Household Size
Yearly
Monthly
Weekly
1 $23,107 $1,926 $445
2 $31,284 $2,607 $602
3 $39,461 $3,289 $759
4 $47,638 $3,970 $917
5 $55,815 $4,652 $1,074
6 $63,992 $5,333 $1,231
7 $72,169 $6,015 $1,388
8 $80,346 $6,696 $1,546
Each Additional + $8,177 + $682 + $158