Colorado county eligibility limits for childcare assistance

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Income eligibility limits for Colorado Child Care Assistance in the state’s largest counties.

  • Adams County
  • Eligibility ceiling: 225 percent of poverty or about $44,000 for a family of three.
  • College students eligible: Yes
  • No. of children served in 2012: 3,545
  • Arapahoe County
  • Eligibility ceiling: 185 percent of poverty or about $36,000 for a family of three.
  • College students eligible: Yes
  • No. of children served in 2012: 2,855
  • Boulder County
  • Eligibility ceiling: 225 percent of poverty or about $44,000 for a family of three.
  • College students eligible: Yes
  • No. of children served in 2012: 1,561
  • Broomfield County
  • Eligibility ceiling: 185 percent of poverty or about $36,000 for a family of three.
  • College students eligible: No
  • No. of children served in 2012: 171
  • Denver County
  • Eligibility ceiling: 225 percent of poverty or about $44,000 for a family of three.
  • College students eligible: Yes
  • No. of children served in 2012: 5,028
  • Douglas County
  • Eligibility ceiling: 200 percent of poverty or about $39,100 for a family of three.
  • College students eligible: Yes
  • No. of children served in 2012: 632 
  • Eagle County
  • Eligibility ceiling: 185 percent of poverty or about $36,000 for a family of three.
  • College students eligible: Yes
  • No. of children served in 2012: 109
  • El Paso County
  • Eligibility ceiling: 150 percent of poverty or about $29,300 for a family of three.
  • College students eligible: Yes
  • No. of children served in 2012: 4,634
  • Garfield County
  • Eligibility ceiling: 225 percent of poverty or about $43,900 for a family of three.
  • College students eligible: Yes
  • No. of children served in 2012: 166
  • Jefferson County
  • Eligibility ceiling: 185 percent of poverty or about $36,000 for a family of three.
  • College students eligible: Yes
  • No. of children served in 2012: 2,843
  • La Plata County
  • Eligibility ceiling: 200 percent of poverty or about $39,000 for a family of three.
  • College students eligible: Yes
  • No. of children served in 2012: 283
  • Larimer County
  • Eligibility ceiling: 150 percent of poverty or about $29,300 for a family of three.
  • College students eligible: No
  • No. of children served in 2012: 1,617
  • Mesa County
  • Eligibility ceiling: 165 percent of poverty or about $33,000 for a family of three.
  • College students eligible: Yes
  • No. of children served in 2012: 1,261
  • Pitkin County
  • Eligibility ceiling: 185 percent of poverty or about $36,000 for a family of three.
  • College students eligible: Yes
  • No. of children served in 2012: 22
  • Pueblo County
  • Eligibility ceiling: 185 percent of poverty or about $36,000 for a family of three.
  • College students eligible: Yes
  • No. of children served in 2012: 1,747
  • Routt County
  • Eligibility ceiling: 130 percent of poverty or about $25,000 for a family of three.
  • College students eligible: Yes
  • No. of children served in 2012: 36
  • Summit County
  • Eligibility ceiling: 175 percent of poverty or about $34,000 for a family of three.
  • College students eligible: Yes
  • No. of children served in 2012: 145
  • Teller County
  • Eligibility ceiling: 150 percent of poverty or about $29,300 for a family of three.
  • College students eligible: Yes
  • No. of children served in 2012: 97
  • Weld County
  • Eligibility ceiling: 170 percent of poverty or about $33,000 for a family of three.
  • College students eligible: Yes
  • No. of children served in 2012: 1,725