Child Care Professionals Stimulus Check 

Through the Child Care Stabilization Grant, DCYF has distributed nearly $309 million to help providers stay open during the COVID-19 outbreak, care for children

Nicole Rose, DCYF Assistant Secretary of Early Learning, said this support is crucial to fulfilling the needs of children and families.

The goal is to develop a birth-to-8 early learning system that is affordable and accessible to Washington families.

Child Care Stabilization Grants, backed by the American Rescue Plan Act, are open through June 30, 2022. Grant payments are made monthly till June.

More than 5,300 child care and early learning centres have received financing since Oct. 13, 2021.

All licenced and qualified child care providers in Washington with an open licence can apply for the grant.

This includes licenced Early Childhood Education and Assistance Program (ECEAP) locations. license-exempt Family, Friend, and Neighbor (FFN) may apply.

Fair Start for Kids invests $1.1 billion to enhance early learning access, cap co-pays, and assist providers.

4th Stimulus Check Summary 8th June 2022
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