Ready Set Rebuild: Connecticut’s Child Care Recovery Plan
OEC Stabilization Funding is now OPEN!
As long as your program is eligible and has a State Supplier ID, you’ll receive an email from email@example.com with instructions on how to apply. If you don’t get the email, check your spam folder.
Child Care Program Stabilization Funding offers money to child care programs recovering from COVID-19. The Office of Early Childhood (OEC) is distributing stabilization funds from the $346 million in relief funding from the federal government. Funds will support COVID-19 related expenses and continued operations of licensed child care programs (DCCC, DCGH, DCFH) and licensed-exempt programs serving Care 4 Kids families (DCEX).
The Women’s Business Development Council (WBDC) in partnership with the OEC, will provide support to child care providers before and after the application opens up.
OEC Ready Set Rebuild Program, Click Here
Child Care Program Stabilization: Frequently Asked Questions, Click Here
Missed Our Sessions about OEC Stabilization Funding?
Info Session Recording
Strategies to Manage Your OEC Funds
Child Care Staff Compensation Plan
Supplier ID Needed for OEC Stabilization Funding
If you’re eligible for the funds, you will need a Supplier ID in order for the OEC to make payments to your program.
If you have a supplier ID and are eligible:
You will receive an email application from United Way. Check for an email from firstname.lastname@example.org and simply follow the instructions in the application.
If you did not receive an email, need a supplier ID, or
have additional questions about applying:
call 2-1-1 Child Care at 1-800-505-1000 or email email@example.com and include your license number.