The following providers are NOT eligible to receive child care subsidies for their own children or children in their family during the hours they are providing child care or being paid to provide child care.
They are eligible to receive child care assistance for their children when they are engaged in other authorized activities, as long as the hours do not overlap with the hours they provide or are being paid for providing child care services. This includes the full 10 hours counted when care is provided by a licensed family child care provider for more than five hours.
This does not apply to child care centers and their employees.
Child care centers cannot be paid for children of center employees if more than half of the children attending the center receive CCAP and are the children or dependents of center employees.
DHS monitors providers’ compliance with this policy. Do NOT take action to enforce this policy, unless DHS directs your agency to do so.
Minnesota Statutes 119B.09Report/Rate this page