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4.3 CCAP Sub-Programs

ISSUE DATE: 04/2018

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

4.3.6

Transition Year (TY)

4.3.9

Transition Year Extension (TYE)

4.3.12

Basic Sliding Fee (BSF)

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

4.3.15.6

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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