DCCA Child Care and Development Fund program to continue full reimbursements to providers during COVID-19 pandemic

The Child Care and Development Fund (CCDF) Program under the CNMI Department of Community and Cultural Affairs (DCCA) will be able to continue full reimbursements to all its CCDF-approved providers in spite of program closures. 

Full reimbursements will be provided for the months of April, May, and June. Providers are to use the funds for the expenses of their day care operations and/or to get them ready to open back again.  Funds should also be used to pay for at least 50% of day care employees’ monthly salaries. 

For any questions related to the CCDF Program please do not hesitate to email Maribel Loste, Program Administrator of CCDF, at mloste.cnmiccdf@gmail.com.

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