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Child Care Stabilization Base Grants FAQs (concluded)

This program ended in June 2023. This website will remain online through June 2024, for reference purposes. 

The American Rescue Plan Act was signed into law in March 2021, providing Minnesota with additional funds designed to help stabilize the child care industry as the state continued to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic. In June 2021, the Minnesota Legislature created the Minnesota’s Child Care Stabilization Grant program, which ran through June 2023.

If you need assistance in a language  other than English, please use the resources below:

  • Si necesita ayuda para comprender esta carta, comuníquese con Rocio Sosa,, 651-641-6660
  • Hadaad ubaahantahay caawimaad fahanka warqadan, fadlan la xiriir Abdulkadir Warsame,, 651-641-6673
  • Yog tias koj xav tau kev pab nkag siab tsab ntawv no, thov hu rau Ka Youa Vang at, 651-366-6792

Child Care Aware of Minnesota will use Language Line Services for languages other than Spanish, Hmong, and Somali. They can be reached by phone at 651-290-9704 or by email.

Below are answers to frequently asked questions regarding the Child Care Stabilization Base Grant funding.

Section 1: Eligibility and application process

Section 2: General questions about Base Grants

Section 3: Calculating number of full-time equivalents (FTE's)

Section 4: Requirements and allowable uses of funds

Section 5: Receiving Base Grant payments

Section 6: Security, privacy and fraud protection

Section 7: Support and communication

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