Child Care Financial Resources (English)

Resources to help pay for child care (application may be required) 12.4.2020

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Colorado Child Care and Development Fund

The Child Care and Development Fund provides assistance to low-income families who need childcare due to work, work-related training and/or attending school. Colorado Office of Early Childhood
Phone 303-866-5958

Employee Relief Fund
Denver Health's Employee Relief Fund offers financial assistance to employees who are experiencing personal economic hardship. The funds provide assistance with basic living and personal expenses, including child care. To apply, download the Employee Relief Fund application on the Pulse. If you have questions or need help completing the application, please call 303-602-6225.

Small Dollar Loan Program Now Available with 0% Interest
Employees in need of immediate cash assistance can take advantage of our small dollar loan program, now with 0% interest. This program, available through WorkLife Partnership, provides loans in amounts of $400 - $1,000 and can be funded within 48 hours. The employee is then able to pay back the loan over a 12 month period of time through payroll deductions. WorkLife’s small dollar loans are preferable to payday loans, which can charge up to a 36% interest rate. To find out more, visit:

WorkLife Partnership
WorkLife Partnership is our local partner for connecting employees with resources to help employees with financial issues such as paying bills, finding affordable housing, finding reliable transportation and helping with debt management, food security and child care resources. Employees can contact WorkLife Partnership by emailing Your assigned navigator will assist you with available community resources.

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