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Chapter 19. Child Care and Development Programs. Subchapter 10. Alternative Payment Program. Article 3. Services and Payments. Eligible Providers for Alternative Payment Program   

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In addition to any other requirements that may be applicable, to be eligible for reimbursement, a provider must be one of the following:

(a) A child care center that is:

(1) Licensed, pursuant to Chapter 3.35 of Division 2 of the Health and Safety Code, commencing with section 1596.70; or

(2) A center operated on tribal or federal lands; or

(3) A center or program exempt from licensure, pursuant to Health and Safety Code section 1596.792(g), (h), (i), (j), (k), or (l), or section 1596.793, that meets the following requirements for reimbursement from an Alternative Payment program:

(A) Uses sign-in/sign-out documents to record attendance pursuant to section 18065 for all children; and

(B) Provides adult supervision for all children during all hours of operation; and

(C) Submits a signed statement to the program director certifying that all employees who have contact with children have completed criminal history background examinations comparable to the criminal history background examinations required by Chapter 3.35 of Division 2 of the Health and Safety Code, commencing with section 1596.60.

(b) A family child care home that is:

(1) Licensed, pursuant to Health and Safety Code, commencing with section 1596.70; or

(2) Providing child care services in a home setting on tribal or federal land.

(c) An individual exempt from licensure, pursuant to Health and Safety Code sections 1596.792(d) or (f), who does not have active tuberculosis and has not been convicted of any crime involving violence against, or abuse or neglect of, children and is:

(1) Pursuant to Health and Safety Code section 1596.66(a), an aunt, uncle, or grandparent of the child receiving services; or

(2) A registered TrustLine provider, pursuant to Health and Safety Code section 1596.605; or

(3) A provisional child care provider pursuant to section 18078(o) who becomes TrustLine registered within 30 calendar days as provided in section 18227.1.

Authority cited:

Education Code 8261

Education Code 8269

Reference:

Education Code 8202

Education Code 8203

Health and Safety Code 1596.66

Health and Safety Code 1596.72

Health and Safety Code 1596.73

Health and Safety Code 1596.796

(Added by Register 2012, No. 52.)