CCAP provider registration

Types of CCAP providers:

Licensed family provider - A licensed individual must have a valid child care license issued by a state or tribe and provide child care services in the licensing state or under tribal jurisdiction.  This type of provider includes family child care providers licensed by County social services agency and MN DHS, Tribal nations, other states.

Legal non-licensed provider - Child care provided by a relative to only related children and/or child care provided to one family that is not related; child care provided for a cumulative total of less than 30 days in any 12-month period.  Must be at least 18 years of age, not on MFIP, or family member applying for, or receiving, child care assistance.  Cannot live in the same household as child receiving child care assistance.

Licensed provider (center) - A licensed child care center must have a valid child care license issued by a state or tribe and provide child care services in the licensing state or under tribal jurisdiction.  This type of provider includes centers (organization/facility) licensed by County social services agency and MN DHS, Tribal nations, Other states.

Licensed exempt provider (center) - Minnesota Statues, section 245A.03, subdivision 2, states the types of child care that do not have to be licensed, including:  Child care provided primarily to school-aged children (operated by a school, YMCA, YWCA, or Jewish Community Center); Recreation programs (Park and Rec, providing social and recreational activities); Programs operated by a public school for children 33 months and older; Camps licensed by commissioner of the MN Department of Health.


Forms:

Consent for the release of information

Attendance logs

Direct deposit application