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Supporting the Most Vulnerable: State Strategies for Increasing Access

This presentation reviews the Child Care and Development Fund requirements. It defines vulnerable populations and identifies strategies to serve them. The resource also highlights ideas and strategies for increasing access to child care services for vulnerable and special populations.

Rate Setting: Do you have the right data for the task?

This presentation identifies data needed for rate setting. This resource helps participants understand and prepare for cost analysis. It also shares other state’s experiences in gathering and using data for rate setting and assists participants in making sure that studies are valid and reliable.

Child Care Financing: Considering All of the Options

This presentation illustrates how states use Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) transfer funds to expand funding resources for child care. This resource also shares ways philanthropy contributes to child care. It specifies how state and local strategies can expand funding for child care.

Supporting School-Age Child Care: An Exploration of the Intersection between CCDF and 21st CCLC

This presentation compares 21st  Century Community Learning Center (CCLC) and Child Care and Development Fund (CCDF) School-Age Child Care. It helps participants identify strategies and opportunities to support and coordinate services. This resource shares examples of collaboration and coordination for School-Age Child Care. This presentation describes elements of School-Age Child Care and Out-of School Time (OST).

Baby Promise: Addressing Oregon’s Crisis in Access to Affordable, High-Quality, Infant and Toddler Care

This presentation addresses Oregon’s crisis in access to affordable, high-quality infant and toddler care.

Successful Cross-Sector Collaborations to Inform Systems Change: The Role of Medicaid and Child Welfare

This presentation shares information for those whose work is in child care and early learning. It highlights important work in Medicaid, child welfare, and other programs and funding sources that serve children and families in need. This resource uses examples of collaborations from multiple programs and agencies. It shares lessons learned from the role of state-led programs in collaborating with other state led systems to bring about systems change.

Family First Prevention Services Act Overview

This presentation outlines the Family First Prevention Services Act, which was passed in 2018 to support child welfare. It includes information on prevention services, funded services under the law, and specifies who can receive these services.

Successful Models for Cross-Sector Collaboration to Inform Systems Change: The Role of Medicaid and Child Welfare in Supporting Early Childhood Development

This presentation highlights successful models of cross-sector collaboration. It outlines the role of Medicaid and Child Welfare in supporting early childhood development.

“What’s PDG B-5 Got to do With It?” How CCDF Supports State and Territory PDG B-5 Efforts

This presentation highlights best practices for collaboration. It discusses how partnerships support efficient use of resources and support parental choice and knowledge.

Strategic Approaches to Navigate the Sticking Points in CCDF Implementation

This presentation helps participants explore tools and strategies to advance their work. It gives participants information on how to achieve results.