In order to be eligible for the CSSRP funding, programs must apply to be an ECCP. This application will be available until June 5, 2020 at 11:59 PM. Click here to apply and click here to learn about the CSSRP funding.
This survey, by Yale School of Medicine will be conducted by child care providers asking a series of questions about COVID-19 exposure potential and symptoms, as well as different methods of reducing the spread. Click here to take the survey.
We want to take a moment to thank of the Emergency Child Care Programs (ECCPs) for all that you do for children and families in NH. We appreciate all of your hard word! Click here to watch the video of the some of the ECCPs work during this time.
Are you interested in attending an online training that offers beneficial professional development? We will be offering many
trainings online via Zoom, and we hope to see you there! Click here to view the trainings and registration information.
We are excited to be hosting online Collaboratives. We will host four (4) Early Childhood Leadership Collaboratives, one (1) Family Child Care
Networking Collaborative and one (1) Pyramid Model Collaborative. Click here to view more information.
We are collecting names of individuals who want to provide child care in a variety of settings temporarily to assist families and programs during this crisis. Click here to fill out the form or view the list of individuals.
Are you a family looking for child care referrals? Are you a provider looking to update us about your program or ask a question? Are you community member that needs information for families? Click here to view our contact information as a printable flyer.
This website serves as the consumer education website for New Hampshire’s lead agency of the Child Care and Development Block Grant. The preparation and maintenance of this website was financed under a Contract with the State of New Hampshire, Department of Health and Human Services, Division for Children, Youth and Families, Bureau of Child Development and Head Start Collaboration with funds provided in part by the State of New Hampshire and the US Department of Health and Human Services.