At the beginning of each month, parents and their child care provider will receive a "Notice" in the mail explaining how much ICCP expects to cover.  Providers will get a notice for every ICCP family whose children they care for. The information on these notices is important because it will tell parents and providers what the Department anticipates paying child care for the month and what the parent must pay. Both parents and providers must tell the case case worker who sent the notice if the information on the notices is not correct. Parents and providers can help make sure payments are correct by reporting any changes as soon as they know about them.

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