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We need your help! The Montana Child Care Resource & Referral Network wants to learn more about the everyday challenges of home based child care providers. Educating young children is hard. Running a business is hard. We want to help! Please take five minutes and complete this anonymous survey. https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/MTchildcare ...

Family Connections has extended the deadline to apply for the Montana Preschool Teacher Education In-Person Course! Applications are due Friday, September 13 by 5pm. Please mail/fax/drop off the application to: Family Connections, 202 2nd Avenue South Suite 201, Great Falls, MT 59405, or fax to: (406) 453-8976. Classes are Monday, September 23 through Monday, December 16, 2019...

Provider Grants are administered by the Child Care Resource & Referral agency.   This grant has limited funding therefore will be a first come, first served basis. This Provider Grant can be used for the purposes of: Start Up Funds Infant Toddler Expansion Funds Emergency/Natural Disaster Funds For more information, download the application here....

Have your voice heard and help shape the future of professional development training! Complete the survey here by September 30th to be entered to win a gift card!...

Emergencies affect us all.  Imagine having a child fall ill while at child care or having an accident while traveling. An unexpected call about a death in the family can derail a day, a week or even months. Floods, structure fires, blizzards, heatwaves, tornadoes, forest fires, and earthquakes affect more than just our families. Whole communities,...

Fun Fact #1: Science tells us that our child’s first 5 years are the best time to build the brain! Fun Fact #2: You already have what it takes to build your child’s brain! Fun Fact #3: The FREE app to make it happen is Vroom or use the website vroom.org! The purpose of the Vroom app and...

Summer To-Do lists can run something like this in Montana: swim, bike, play at the park, get ice cream, camp, picnic, sleep late, find shade or shelter, as well as they myriad of regular tasks such as finding childcare, keeping up on household chores and scheduling out work and vacation time. When making out your list...