ELRC Region 6
We serve Bedford, Blair, Cambria, Franklin, Fulton, Huntingdon, and Somerset counties.
The Center for Community Action (CCA) is pleased to partner with the Office of Child Development and Early Learning (OCDEL) and to offer services as the Early Learning Resource Center (ELRC) Region 6.
Pennsylvania’s Early Learning Resource Centers (ELRCs) provide a single point-of-contact for families, early learning service providers, and communities by providing information and access to services that support high-quality child care and early learning programs.
The ELRCs have consolidated the work of Child Care Works (CCW) program and Keystone STARS to create an enhanced resource and referral system for communities seeking early learning services and supports.
The CCW subsidized child care program supports families in finding early care and education programs and paying for child care. The Keystone STARS program supports early care and education providers in their continuous quality improvement efforts.
Center for Community Action is the lead agency for all counties in ELRC 6 with a partnership with the South Central Community Action Partnership for subsidized child care in Franklin County.
ELRC Region 6
195 Drive In Lane
Everett, PA 15537
Office Hours: Monday through Friday 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Email: email@example.com Toll Free: 1-800-323-9997
Programs in this Category
|Program Name||Program Counties||Income Guidelines||Regulations||Primary Contact|
|Child Care Works||Bedford;Blair;Cambria;Franklin;Fulton;Huntingdon;Somerset||200% FPG||Proof of identification|
Have a child in need of care
Work 20 or more hours per week or
Work 10 hours and attend school or training 10 hours per week
Have a promise of a job starting within 30 days
Teen parents must attend an education program
Pay a co-payment based on income
|Keystone STARS||Bedford;Blair;Cambria;Franklin;Fulton;Huntingdon;Somerset||None||Must meet certain Performance Standard criteria to progress through the Star rating.|
Commitment to high quality childcare in high need populations in hard to serve communities.
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