After application, a redetermination form must be completed every 6 months, along with proof of income and activity.
Within 10 days, report any changes in income, jobs (starting or ending), work hours, school schedule, marital status, family size, and address. These can affect program eligibility, approved care or the co-pay amount.
This is child care money paid out in excess of what a person was eligible to receive and it must be paid back. When child care remains open, it is paid back by increasing the co-pay until the debt is paid in full. When changes are not reported within 10 days, it may create an overpayment.
Contact a child care worker right away. The current provider must be given a 15-day written notice to end care. The new provider must be registered in Hennepin County.
More than one provider can be used per child. A child care worker will figure out how much care a child can have with each provider. The total amount of care cannot exceed 120 hours in a 2-week period for each child.
Report incident to child care worker and call complaint line:
Contacts: Phone: 612-348-5937 FAX: 612-321-3488 E-mail
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