The following forms Child Care forms need to be completed in order to be considered for the Workforce Solutions Alamo (WSA) Child Care Services (CCS) Program. 


Until you receive notification by mail from Child Care Services (CSS), do not complete the Redetermination form. If you have already been receiving CCS and your care will soon be ending, you may be eligible to be redetermined for continued care.  CCS will send you a notification via United States Postal Service. We will inform you that you must submit a Redetermination form and applicable documentation.  Please be aware of the due date given to you for the submission of all documents.

The notification you receive will tell you which of the following Redetermination forms is appropriate for you.

Low Income Form
Used when your family has currently been receiving care that was authorized through the Choices Program

Choices Form
Used when your family has currently been receiving care that was authorized through the Choices Program

Former DFPS Form
Use if your family has currently been receiving care that was authorized through DFPS Child Protective Services


 Until you receive notification by mail from Child Care Services (CSS), do not complete the Intake form.

  • Once your name is pulled from the Wait list, CCS will send you notification to fill out the Intake form. Please be aware of the due date
    given to you for submission of all documents.

  • Online Intake Form Click Here 

    • The form must be completed by your employer only
    • Submit copies of your last 3 months paycheck stubs (paid weekly-13 weeks, paid every other week-7 checks,
      paid semimonthly-6 checks or paid monthly-3 checks)

    • Online Employment Verification Form Click Here
  • Self-Employment Form

    • Documentation reflecting adjusted net income must include: an itemized list of services provided, receipts of all payments received
      and receipts for all business expenses for the most recent 3 months or 13 weeks.

    • Online Self Employment Form Click Here

  • To report changes in Contact Information, Family Size/Composition, Activity Changes (job loss, new employment, school ending, etc),
    Income Changes (bonus, raise in pay, etc.), and Care changes (suspend care, transfer providers, voluntary withdrawal)

  • Online Family Online Status Form Click Here

  • We welcome your feedback on your most recent interaction with CCS staff

  • Online Customer Service Survey Form Click Here

  • We want to know how Workforce Solutions Alamo (WSA) CCS Program has helped you and your family by staying enrolled in school to
    graduate from high school, technical training program, or college. If the Workforce Solutions Alamo CCS program assisted you with staying employed, earning a raise or promotion, we would love to hear from you to highlight your accomplishment!

If you have trouble accessing any of the online forms provided here contact Workforce Solutions Alamo CCS at (210) 230-6300.

Services for children with Disabilities

The purpose of the inclusion program is to create a positive child care environment for children with disabilities by providing technical support to CCS providers.  The parent(s), child care staff, and the Board Early Childhood Specialist work as a team to determine how to meet the needs of the child with a disability.

To be eligible for the disability inclusion program, the child must meet the following definition:

  • A child who is mentally or physically incapable of performing routine activities of daily living within the child’s typical chronological
    range of development.
  • A child with a disability who requires assistance in performing tasks (key life activities) that are within a a typical chronological range
    of development, including but not limited to, caring for oneself; performing manual tasks; walking; hearing; seeing; speaking;
    breathing; learning; and working.

Call the 2-1-1 Texas, it is a free statewide 24-hour information and referral service. By simply dialing 2-1-1, callers can receive information about community and social services, such as food pantries, emergency shelter, rent assistance, utility bill assistance, and child care. Visit the 2-1-1 Texas web site to learn more Click Here.

OTHER CHILD CARE OPTIONS The City of San Antonio Head Start program provides comprehensive services to children, 3-5 years old, and their families. Visit the Head Start web site to learn more Click Here.   

  • Pre-K 4 SA is a full-day prekindergarten program that also offers free after school care until 6:00 p.m.  Visit the Pre-K web site to
    learn more Click Here

  • Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) – The insurance program covers the health care of children from birth through age 18 whose
    families earn too much to qualify for Medicaid.

  • Texas Department of State Health Services –  Public resources, and focus on infectious disease control

  • Texas Child Care Solutions – A TWC site to provide parents and child care providers access to resources and information to make inform
    decisions about child care.

  • Bright Futures Opens – Prevention and Health promotion for infants, children, youth, and their families

  • Early Childhood Development – Is an office of the administration for children and families

  • Act Early Texas! – Screening tools for childhood development leading to early intervention

  • Zero to Three – A collection of the most popular parenting resources on play, sleep, discipline, and more

  • Parent Toolkit –  A one-stop resource developed with parents in mind on every aspect of your child’s development

  • Choose My Plate – Information on nutrition and healthy eating brought to you by US Department of Agriculture (USDA)

  • Navigate Life Texas – Resources for families raising children with disabilities

  • Texas Project First – A Texas Education Agency (TEA) resource providing information to parents and families of students with disabilities

  • Children & Disasters –  A national public service campaign and resources designed to education and empower American people for emergency response readiness and planning


Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service is a unique education agency that provides programs, tools and resources on a local and statewide level topics covered:

  • Handling Infants’ and Toddlers Challenging Behavior

  • Build Your Bones: Osteoporosis – Prevention and Treatment

  • What Parents Need to Know about Infant and Toddler Development

  • Healthy Eaters: Infant and Toddler Nutrition in the Home Environment

  • Infant and Toddler Social Emotional Development

  • Making Home a Place for Learning

  • Parent-Caregiver Communication in Child Care Settings

  • Selecting Child Care: A Guide for Parents

  • Safe Sleep Strategies for Reducing the Risk of Sudden Infant Death

    To learn more about the Texas A&M AgriLife Online Course Click Here.

Workforce Solutions Alamo Career Centers

If you need to find employment, want a new job, or need job training, please visit a Workforce Solutions Alamo (WSA) Career Center near you. If you are receiving Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) and need to find employment, you may be eligible for priority funding that enables you to find employment. Stop by and see all the services the centers have to offer. To find a Workforce Solutions Alamo Career Center Click Here.

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