Table: Income eligibility limits and children served

Last Updated by Burt Hubbard on

iew a table of all 64 counties listing income eligibility limits and number of children served in 2012.

CountyNumber of Children Who Utilized CCAP Day Care in 2012**Eligibility income limit as a percent of poverty
Adams3,545225%
Alamosa177185%
Arapahoe2,855185%
Archuleta33130%
Baca34225%
Bent44225%
Boulder1,561225%
Broomfield171185%
Chaffee66165%
Cheyenne16165%
Clear Creek35185%
Conejos18225%
Costilla8225%
Crowley86225%
Custer21225%
Delta193185%
Denver5,028225%
Dolores6160%
Douglas632200%
Eagle109185%
El Paso4,634150%
Elbert75185%
Fremont328225%
Garfield166225%
Gilpin37225%
Grand92190%
Gunnison47175%
Hinsdale2175%
Huerfano31225%
Jackson0190%
Jefferson2,843185%
Kiowa11225%
Kit Carson41200%
La Plata283200%
Lake46185%
Larimer1,671150%
Las Animas148225%
Lincoln26130%
Logan210175%
Mesa1,261165%
Mineral2130%
Moffat60225%
Montezuma170160%
Montrose380150%
Morgan125150%
Otero172225%
Ouray14225%
Park28300%
Phillips41185%
Pitkin22185%
Prowers169130%
Pueblo1,747185%
Rio Blanco27185%
Rio Grande116130%
Routt36130%
Saguache18200%
San Juan0225%
San Miguel23200%
Sedgwick14185%
Summit145175%
Teller97150%
Washington30225%
Weld1,725170%
Yuma48175%
  **The county counts add up to more than the state-wide counts because some children are associated with utilized care in more than one county.
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