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URGENT NOTICE! – DCYF Family, Friend, and Neighbor (FFN) Stabilization Grant -FFN Providers will receive a program amount of $750.

  • Alert date December 24, 2021

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    DCYF Family, Friend, and Neighbor (FFN) Stabilization Grant

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    As a result of the Federal American Rescue Plan Act, funds are to be used to stabilize, support, and grow the diverse early learning workforce in a way that rebuilds a stronger child care system and expands access to affordable high-quality care.

    Funds will be available to child care providers in the form of:

    Licensed Child Care Stabilization Grant

    OR

    Family, Friend, and Neighbor (FFN) Stabilization Grant

    Who is eligible to apply for this grant?

    License-exempt FFN providers who have served at least one child on subsidy in four of the last six months

    OR

    two of the last three months and claim for subsidy through the Social Service Payment System (SSPS) at time of application.

    More information about eligibility criteria and prioritization can be found in the DCYF FFN Stabilization Grant Frequently Asked Questions.

    FAQs are in English | Spanish | Somali (CALL THE PHONE NUMBER ABOVE)

    What is the amount of this grant?

    The FFN Stabilization Grant consists of:

    Program Amount + Add-Ons

    Program Amount
    FFN Providers will receive a program amount of $750.

    Verifiable Add-Ons
    Providers who meet certain verifiable criteria may be eligible to receive an additional “add-on” amount on top of their program amount.

    These verifiable add-on amounts are stackable, and each add $250 to the total grant amount.

    Operating in Child Care Deserts

    Serving or located in Communities of Color

    Serving or located in marginalized, low-income communities

    Supporting racial equity

    Located in area with high COVID impact

    How does a provider apply for a grant?

    CLICK ABOVE ON “VISIT WEBSITE”

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