Grand Time Off
Studies show that more than six million children nationwide - approximately 1 in 12 - are living in households headed by grandparents or other relatives. In many of these homes, grandparents and other relatives have primary responsibility for the children’s needs.
The Grand Time Off program provides relief for these relative caregivers by helping them find, and pay for, short-term, occasional child care. Each eligible caregiver is able to use a subsidy of $400 per child to help pay for care.
"I want to express the gratitude I feel for all the help you were to me taking care of the children.
There's a whole lot of lip service in social services and very few people that follow up and actually do what they say they were going to do. But you folks are not, you're the real thing, you really helped me and took care of me and I do appreciate it greatly."- a GTO client
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For more information about Grand Time Off: Contact Debra Renz at 302-777-9757 or email@example.com.