Childcare provider and foster parent Fazio Beverly holds DeShawn and Rayven two foster chidren she is planning to adopt. She stated that, if she adopts the children she will lose chidcare benefits after the age of three. Previously she would have had childcare benefits through the age of 12 availabe. Childcare providers, parents, and other concerned community members protest Governor Rauner’s shortfall in funding for childcare services, public health programs for children, after school programs and the Child Care Assistance Program, which supports low-income working parents, are expected to deny child care services.
Childcare provider and foster parent Fazio Beverly holds DeShawn and Rayven two foster chidren she is planning to adopt. She stated that, if she adopts the children she will lose chidcare benefits after the age of three. Previously she would have had childcare benefits through the age of 12 availabe. Childcare providers, parents, and other concerned community members protest Governor Rauner’s shortfall in funding for childcare services, public health programs for children, after school programs and the Child Care Assistance Program, which supports low-income working parents, are expected to deny child care services. Derik Holtmann News-Democrat
Childcare provider and foster parent Fazio Beverly holds DeShawn and Rayven two foster chidren she is planning to adopt. She stated that, if she adopts the children she will lose chidcare benefits after the age of three. Previously she would have had childcare benefits through the age of 12 availabe. Childcare providers, parents, and other concerned community members protest Governor Rauner’s shortfall in funding for childcare services, public health programs for children, after school programs and the Child Care Assistance Program, which supports low-income working parents, are expected to deny child care services. Derik Holtmann News-Democrat

Local agencies upset over budget cuts

June 04, 2015 09:46 PM