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4.3 CCAP Sub-Programs

ISSUE DATE: 10/2017

The Child Care Assistance Program (CCAP) has several sub-programs with different eligibility criteria and allowed activities.

MFIP/DWP, Transition Year (TY) and Transition Year Extension (TYE) are fully funded. This means all eligible families are served.

The Basic Sliding Fee (BSF) sub-program has a capped allocation. This means that a specific amount of money is allocated each CCAP agency every calendar year. If funds are not available, applicants may be put on a waiting list.

See the following chapters for information about each sub-program:

Chapter

Chapter Title

4.3.3

MFIP & DWP

4.3.3.3

MFIP overview

4.3.3.6

Opting out of MFIP cash

4.3.3.9

MFIP sanctions

4.3.3.12

MFIP fraud disqualifications & convictions

4.3.3.15

DWP overview

4.3.3.18

DWP sanctions

4.3.3.21

MFIP/DWP authorized activities & hours

4.3.6

Transition Year (TY)

4.3.6.3

TY authorized activities

4.3.6.6

Transition Year students

4.3.9

Transition Year Extension (TYE)

4.3.9.3

TYE authorized activities & hours

4.3.9.6

Transition Year Extenson students

4.3.12

Basic Sliding Fee (BSF)

4.3.12.3

BSF students

4.3.12.6

BSF authorized activities & hours

4.3.12.9

BSF priorities

4.3.12.12

BSF waiting list management

4.3.12.15

BSF Portability Pool

4.3.15

MFIP/DWP Child Care for Student Parents

4.3.15.3

MFIP/DWP Child Care for Student Parents – Authorized activities

4.3.15.6

MFIP/DWP Child Care for Student Parents – Subprogram changes

Legal authority

Minnesota Statutes 119B.011 to 119B.26
Minnesota Rules 3400.0040 – 3400.0090

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