CACFP Food Program
The Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) helps child care providers serve nutritious meals and snacks to children who attend eligible child care programs. 4C of Southern Indiana, Inc., as contracted with the Indiana Department of Education sponsors licensed centers, unlicensed registered ministries, and child care homes throughout an fourteen county service delivery area. Participating child care programs benefit from training and consultation about menus, sanitation, and administration.
CACFP reimbursements for child care programs are based on the number of meals served to enrolled children and multiplied by the appropriate reimbursement rate for each meal or snack they are approved to serve. Reimbursement is based upon eligibility for tier I rates (which targets higher levels of reimbursement to low-income areas, providers, or children) or lower tier II rates.
To enroll in the Child and Adult Care Food Program through 4C or to find out more please contact: Kristin Lampkins, Food Program Coordinator. You will also find more info at: http://www.fns.usda.gov and http://www.minutemenu.com
Child care programs sponsored by 4C can access PDF copies of most required forms.