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Section 5104.301 | Parent cooperative child day-care centers and parent cooperative type A family day-care homes.

 

A county department of job and family services may establish a program to encourage the organization of parent cooperative child day-care centers and parent cooperative type A family day-care homes for recipients of publicly funded child care. A program established under this section may include any of the following:

(A) Recruitment of parents interested in organizing a parent cooperative child day-care center or parent cooperative type A family day-care home;

(B) Provision of technical assistance in organizing a parent cooperative child day-care center or parent cooperative type A family day-care home;

(C) Assistance in the developing, conducting, and disseminating training for parents interested in organizing a parent cooperative child day-care center or parent cooperative type A family day-care home.

A county department that implements a program under this section shall receive from funds available under the child care block grant act a five thousand dollar incentive payment for each parent cooperative child day-care center or parent cooperative type A family day-care home organized pursuant to this section.

Parents of children enrolled in a parent cooperative child day-care center or parent cooperative type A family day-care home pursuant to this section shall be required to work in the center or home a minimum of four hours per week.

The director of job and family services shall adopt rules governing the establishment and operation of programs under this section.

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