Currently we are only enrolling families from our waitlist. You can add yourself to the waitlist, or schedule a virtual tour HERE.
Still have questions, please contact us at: 303-789-3518 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Infant Care (6 weeks-18 months)
- Fulltime: 4 days or more per week of childcare is considered fulltime $1,990/month
- Part-time: 3 days per week (M, W, F) $1,195 per month
- Part-time: 2 days per week (T, Th) $805 per month
Toddler Care (18-30 months)
- Fulltime: 4 days or more per week of childcare is considered fulltime $1,755/month
- Part-time: 3 days per week (M, W, F) $1,055 per month
- Part-time: 2 days per week (T, Th) $705 per month
Full-day Early Preschoolers/Preschoolers (30 months through 5 years)
- Fulltime: 4 days or more per week of childcare is considered fulltime $1,605/month
- Part-time: 3 days per week (M, W, F) $965 per month
- Part-time: 2 days per week (T, Th) $645 per month
- Self pay tuition
- Colorado Child Care Assistance Program (CCAP) Arapahoe, Denver and Jefferson Counties accepted
- Denver Preschool Program
- Colorado Preschool Program
- Early Head Start
- Rates are subject to change, please contact us at 303-789-3518 for the most current rate schedule.
The Baby Haven partners with several organizations to provide tuition assistance, these include the Child Care Assistance Program (CCAP) for Denver, Jefferson and Arapahoe Counties, the Colorado Preschool Program (CPP), the Denver Preschool Program (DPP) and Early Head Start (EHS).
The Colorado Childcare Assistance Program (CCAP)
The Colorado Child Care Assistance Program (CCCAP) provides child care assistance to families who are working, searching for employment, or are in training, and families who are enrolled in the Colorado Works program and need child care services to support their efforts toward self-sufficiency. CCCAP provides you access to reduced cost child care at licensed child care facilities or qualified exempt (unlicensed) child care providers.
The Colorado Child Care Assistance Program is administered through county departments of social/human services under the direction of the CDHS Division of Early Care and Learning. Counties have set income eligibility maximums for families, but must serve families with income of 185 percent or less of the federal poverty guideline (if funding allows), and will not serve families that have an income of over 85 percent of the state median income.
View the Family Income Guidelines for CCCAP eligibility.
You may be eligible to participate in CCCAP if you:
- Reside in Colorado
- Are working, seeking employment, or are participating in training/education
- Have at least one child who is under 13 years old (or 19 years old if the child has special needs or a disability and requires child care)
- Have a family income of less than the defined maximum in your county of residence
Recipients with income are responsible to pay a portion of the cost of care.
Apply on the Colorado PEAK website
Learn more by visiting the Office of Early Childhood website
The Colorado Preschool Program (CPP), Denver Preschool Program (DPP), and Early Head Start (EHS)
During your enrollment process at the Baby Haven you can request applications for CPP, DPP and/or EHS. In order to enroll in these programs, families must meet the eligibility criteria and complete the application and enrollment materials as determined by these organizations. Each organization provides its own unique amount of tuition assistance that is determined by the organization and not the Baby Haven.
Registration/ Enrollment Fee
$150.00 per child at the time of registration and then annually in the month of May thereafter. Nonrefundable fee.
Employees of the University of Colorado Denver, Anschutz Medical Campus are eligible for an employee discount. Please contact the center for more details.
There are three key ways for families to receive child care cost assistance. Eligibility for all benefits is dependent upon your personal tax situation, including adjusted gross income and tax filing status.
- The Child and Dependent Care Tax Credit (CDCTC)
- The Child Tax Credit (CTC)
- In addition, many employers offer a Dependent Care Flexible Spending Account (FSA) that allows you to set aside pre-tax dollars for child care costs.
These tax credits and FSA changes will impact every family differently. As we are not tax professionals, we cannot advise you on the specific impact to your family. It’s best to consult with a tax professional or preparer (tax preparation software will also have information). Or visit irs.gov to learn more.