Onslow County Partnership for Children:

We are a private non-profit agency that advocates and provides services for the healthy development of children, by building the strengths and capacities of families, care-giving professionals, and the communities in which they reside.

Child Care Subsidy

On June 1, 2014, the Child Care Subsidy Program moved from the Onslow County Department of Social Services (DSS) to the Onslow County Partnership for Children (OCPC).  

Thank you for your interest in the Subsidized Child Care Program. In order to be eligible for the program you must be working or in school and fall within certain financial guidelines. The financial guidelines are listed below. If you believe you are eligible for subsidized child care services, you must bring the following documents to the Onslow County Partnership for Children. If you have all of your documents with you, you will be seen on a first come first serve basis. We serve clients between the hours of 8 am and 5 pm, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. Services are currently unavailable on Wednesday's due to staff professional development.

Child Care Subsidy applications are only accepted at the main OCPC Jacksonville office. Below is a list of documents you should bring with you when you come to our office.

NEW APPLICANT INFORMATION:

Documents required for Child Care Subsidy Applicants:

  • A Work Hours Form for all adult applicants in the household. All working parents must have this form filled out by their employers and returned at the time of application before any subsidized care can begin.
  • An entire month’s worth of the paystubs for all working parents within the household. The pay stub should be from the month prior to the application. For example, if you apply in August, you should bring in July’s pay stubs.
  • A school schedule (If applicable)
  • Proof of any other income you receive besides wages, including alimony and child support, Veteran’s (VA) Benefits, Social Security Benefits, pensions, Unemployment Benefits, Worker Compensation, etc.
  • Self-Employment Form, along with income expense verifications, i.e. receipts, ledgers, etc. (If applicable)
  • A picture ID for the adults and social security cards for all members of the family.

 

Note: Recipents must recertify for services annually unless notified otherwise.

 

Downloadable Documents:

Eligibility Table

Work Hours Form - to be completed by employer

Change in SItuation Form

Proof of Termination Form

Child Care Subsidy Program Staff Contact Information: 

CASELOADS ARE ASSIGNED BY THE LAST NAME OF THE PARENT OR RESPONSIBLE ADULT:

Staff Member  Caseload Distrubution
Phone Number

Darlene Williams

darlene.williams@onslowkids.org

Letters: A, K, N, O, W, X, Y, Z 910-333-0622

Tracy Hogenmiller

tracy.hogenmiller@onslowkids.org

Letters: B, D, E, 910-333-0601

Caron Schienle 

caron.schienle@onslowkids.org

Letters: S

Special Cases: CPS and Foster Care

910-938-2967

Cinthia Miller

cinthia.miller@onslowkids.org

Letters: M, T, U, Q 910-577-3934

Katy Moore

katy.moore@onslowkids.org

Letters: F, H, R, V 910-577-3656

Melanie Brown

melanie.brown@onslowkids.org

Letters: J, L 910-938-2967

Miya Givens

miyaka.givens@onslowkids.org

Letters: C, G, I, P

910-333-0653
     


Child Care Directors/Owners:
For program related questions please contact Buffy Farmer at 910-333-0621 or buffy.farmer@onslowkids.org

For questions or directions, please call (910)938-0336, for help.

OCPC is a private non-profit agency that advocates and provides services for the healthy development of children, by building the strengths and capacities of families, care-giving professionals, and the communities in which they reside. Child care keeps the people of Onslow County working, and OCPC understands how important child care is to working families in our community. If you are searching for child care, our agency can assist you with selecting a child care program that meets your family’s needs. We can also connect you with area resources, such as our lending library, full of educational resources, home visiting services, literacy events for young children, and more.