§ 3041.16. Subsidy limitations.
(a) A family in which a parent or caretaker is receiving funds from the TANF cash assistance program is not eligible for subsidized child care under this chapter.
(b) Subsidized child care may not be used as a substitute for a publicly funded educational program, such as kindergarten or a specialized treatment program.
(c) If a parent or caretaker is the operator of a child day care center, group child day care home or family child day care home as specified in Chapter 3270, Chapter 3280 or Chapter 3290 (relating to child day care centers; group child day care homes; and family child day care homes) or is the operator of a home that is exempt from certification or registration under section 1070 of the Public Welfare Code (62 P. S. § 1070), and if space is available to enroll the parents or caretakers child at the facility operated by the parent or caretaker, that child is not eligible to receive subsidized child care.
(d) Subsidized child care is provided for a child whose family is determined eligible, up to the limits of available subsidized child care funds.
(e) A parent or caretaker is ineligible for subsidized child care if he does not select an eligible child care provider and enroll the child within 30 calendar days following the date the eligibility agency notifies the parent or caretaker that funding is available or that the familys current child care provider is ineligible to participate in the subsidized child care program.
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