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A Texas Rising Star provider is a CCMS provider who voluntarily meets criteria that exceeds the DFPS Child Care Licensing minimum standards.
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The benefits to being a Texas Rising Star Provider include: •TRS providers offer a higher quality of care, which benefits children and families and may ultimately promote their program. •Child Protective Services (CPS) requires that CPS children be placed only with TRS providers. •TRS providers are eligible for higher reimbursement rates from CCA. The four levels of certification for Texas Rising Star Providers are: •Four-Star: the highest level; provider meets the majority of the criteria and represents the highest quality in the TRS program. Certification is issued for three years. •Three-Star: provider meets many of the criteria, but sets goals to improve and move to next level. Certification is issued for two years. •Two-Star: provider does not meet enough of the criteria to be three-star but has the potential to meet three-star level within one year. Certification is issued for one year and plan is written outlining requirements to improve and move to the next level. •Deferred: provider does not meet enough of the criteria to be certified at any level. They are considered to be in the TRS program and have one year to reach a level of quality to be certified. A plan is written outlining requirements to improve and become certified.
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