The Child Care and Development Fund (CCDF) provides resources to State, Territory, and Tribal grantees that enable low-income parents to work or pursue education and training. The resources allow parents to better support their families while promoting the learning and development of their children. The CCDF also provides funding to enhance the quality of child care for all children.
The Child Care and Development Fund State Plan maps the State’s response to Federal requirements, serves as the application for CCDF funds and provides a description of and assurance about the State’s child care program and services available to eligible families.
Child Care And Development Fund State Plan Overview (PowerPoint Presentation/PDF)
A draft of Oregon’s Child Care and Development Fund State Plan for 2016-2018 is open for a 60 day public comment period through February 26, 2016. Below you will find links to a PowerPoint presentation that provides an overview of the State Plan, the Introduction and Table of Contents, and a preliminary draft of Oregon’s response to each section of the plan. Oregon’s responses are shown in bold italics.
There will be a public hearing on the State Plan on February 18, 2016. Information will be posted on the Early Learning Division website. The Early Learning Council is reviewing the plan and will make final approval of the plan following analysis of public input. The plan will be submitted March 1, 2016.
Public comment period for the Child Care and Development Fund State Plan is now closed. A response to public comment will be posted in April.