What are the Child Care Assistance Programs that Exist in Minnesota?
Minnesota Family Investment Program (MFIP) Child Care : MFIP is Minnesota’s cash assistance program that helps families become self-sufficient. MFIP helps pay for child care costs if you look for work or work an average of 20 hours per week or more. Most people develop an employment plan with an MFIP Employment Services job counselor. Your child care costs may be covered for education, training, or other activities you need to prepare you to go to work if these activities are listed in your employment plan.