Recovery & Stabilization

NH Child Care Recovery and Stabilization Program

PLEASE NOTE in order to apply for the NH Child Care Recovery and Stabilization Program (CCRSP) funds you NEED to be an Emergency Child Care Program (ECCP). If you are already a designated ECCP you do NOT need to reapply.

The deadline to become an Emergency Child Care Program (ECCP) expired on Tuesday, June 9 at 11:59 PM.
The deadline for the Child Care Recovery and Stabilization Application expired on Thursday, June 11 at 11:59 PM.

DHHS wanted to clarify that as an ECCP provider, you are now able to serve employees of all open and reopening businesses, all children the program considers to be vulnerable, children that were enrolled with the program prior to COVID-19, and children of families who are working at home and in need of child care. ECCP programs and families are no longer required to provide self-attestation regarding need or family employment. Additionally, there will be no self-attestation required for CCRSP funding.

What is Child Care Recovery and Stabilization Program: 

The Child Care Recovery and Stabilization Program (CCRSP) provides funding & support for COVID-19 related costs (operations, workforce, health & safety) to child care programs. The funding amounts are based on available funding, program needs and capacity. These funds must be expended by December 30, 2020.

Application Information:

Overview and Instructions:

Copy of Applications for REFERENCE Purposes:

Guidance for Open Child Care Programs 

Getting the Information and Resources You Need for Child Care Recovery and Stabilization: A Webinar Series

Please note, that if you are watching the recorded webinar after it aired live, you will need to complete the CCLU Self Study Sheet to receive training hours. You will NOT receive training hours in the NH Professional Registry, unless you registered for and were part of the live webinar. Thank you. 

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