NH DHHS Announces the New Hampshire Child Care Recovery and Stabilization Program (CCRSP) Funding Opportunity
The application will be available June 4, 2020 at 9:00 am.
As New Hampshire re-opens its economy, child care will be even more essential as the foundation for businesses, government, families, and communities to build on. In this second phase of the DHHS Child Care COVID-19 response, providers may receive funding and resources through the NH Child Care Recovery and Stabilization Program (CCRSP) Program. 
Dear Colleague;

Unfortunately, the DHHS Child Care Recovery and Stabilization Program Funding Application draft is still being tested and will not be available for review until late Wednesday.
Thank you for your patience and we will try to answer as many emails as possible over the next 12 hours. When it becomes available we will send you a copy. The actual live application link will be available on Thursday, June 4 at 9:00 AM.
The ECCP team
Coordinating Care for Children and Youth

The NH Children’s Behavioral Health workforce network is holding an important Town Hall on June 16, from 2:30-4:00 pm to share information about the development of Systems of Care for Children, Youth and Families across New Hampshire.

Tips for Supporting Infants and Young Children's Transition as we Reopen
Resource was Shared by PTAN

Check out this excellent resource from the Wisconsin Alliance for Infant Mental Health. Please share this tip sheet with teachers and colleagues to help prepare them for children returning to your programs. It may also be helpful to share with families as a way of communicating your concern and preparation in welcoming them back to your program.

This tip sheet alerts teachers to possible changes they may observe in children's behavior, emotions, and social interactions. It also offers some very specific tips and strategies to support children’s transition back to child care.

PTAN can assist with this transition - the purpose of their services is to provide teachers professional development through consultation that results in the successful inclusion of a child or children. Feel free to reach out to the PTAN Child Care Inclusion Project by calling (603) 206-6833 or  emailing Hillary Pincoske  to schedule a time to talk.  Click here or on the flyer for a printable copy.
Updated Supplies List

Child Care Aware of NH has become aware of more supply opportunities. We have updated our list. Click here or on the picture to access the updated list.
Child Care Aware of NH is a statewide Child Care Resource and Referral Program powered by Southern New Hampshire Services. The preparation of this email was financed under a Contract with the State of New Hampshire, Department of Health and Human Services, Division for Economic Housing Stability, Bureau of Child Development and Head Start Collaboration with funds provided in part by the State of New Hampshire and the US Department of Health and Human Services.