HCCADC is a leader in providing quality services to meet the needs of our community.
HCCADC Child Care Centers provide meals through CACFP
Meals are served to children in child day care facilities and Head Start classrooms participating in the Child and Adult Care Food Program through the Huntingdon County Child and Adult Development Corporation, at 52 Juniata Avenue, Huntingdon, PA 16652.
Eligibility for free or reduced meal reimbursement is based on the following income scale effective from July 1, 2014 to June 30, 2015:
|Family Size||Free Meals||Reduced Price Meals||Not Eligible for Free or Reduced Price Meals|
|One||$0 - $15171||$15172 - $21590||$21591 and up|
|Two||$0 - $20449||$20450 - $29101||$29102 and up|
|Three||$0 - $25727||$25728 - $36612||$36613 and up|
|Four||$0 - $31005||$31006 - $44123||$44124 and up|
|Five||$0 - $36283||$36284 - $51634||$51635 and up|
|Six||$0 - $41561||$41562 - $59145||$59146 and up|
|Seven||$0 - $46839||$46840 - $66656||$66657 and up|
|Eight||$0 - $52117||$52118 - $74167||$74168 and up|
|For Each Additional Family Member Add:||+ $5278||+ $7511||+ $7512|
Meals will be provided at the facilities listed below:
- Juniata Valley Head Start Center, Alexandria, PA 16611
- Mt. Union Head Start Center, Mt. Union, PA 17066
- Huntingdon Head Start Center, Huntingdon, PA 16652
- Orbisonia Head Start Center, Orbisonia, Pa 17243
- Huntingdon 1st Choice Child Care Center, Huntingdon, PA 16652
- Juniata Valley 1st Choice Child Care Center, Alexandria, PA 16611
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