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United Way of Cascade County is pleased to announce that the Early Childhood/Elementary Community Coordinator position has been opened for applications. This position is listed on LinkedIn, Indeed, MT Nonprofit Association, GF Chamber of Commerce, and Job Service GF. All cover letters, resumes and references should be sent to Lacey Hallett at lacey.hallett@uwccmt.org. For more information, please visit United...

The Montana Early Childhood and Family Support Division recognizes that the need for summer care and summer programming for school age children is important for a child's development and to the economic viability of Montana. The 2022 Summer Care Scholarship application period is closed. The response was tremendous with over 5,000 applications submitted from around Montana! Thank...

The Early Childhood Services Bureau, specifically STARS to Quality, is looking to fill an Early Childhood Assessor vacancy. Access the Early Childhood Assessor position description here. Access the Early Childhood Assessor position application here. Visit the STARS To Quality website for more information....

Last offerings of the certified 60-hour Infant Toddler and Preschool courses We are writing to provide notice of a future change to the Professional Development offered by Family Connections. The Fall 2022 semester will be our last offerings of the certified 60-hour Infant Toddler and Preschool courses. We will no longer be offering these trainings beginning in...

Be part of the Pilot! Children entering Kindergarten in the Fall of 2022 are invited to take part in the pilot for the first Great Falls Safety Town! There are a limited number of spots available, and REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN! What is Safety Town? Safety Town is a mini village with a purpose. Safety Town was established in 1937 by...

Read the release online here. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Date: May 05 2022 Contact:  Jon Ebelt, Public Information Officer, DPHHS, (406) 444-0936,  jebelt@mt.gov Chuck Council, Communications Specialist, DPHHS, (406) 444-4391,  hcouncil@mt.gov GOVERNOR GIANFORTE, DPHHS INVEST $7 MILLION TO SUPPORT CHILD CARE WORKFORCE Child Care Appreciation Day is May 6 Ahead of Child Care Appreciation Day this Friday, the Department of Public Health and Human Services (DPHHS)...

Please check out the new Child Tax Credit website for information on the expanded child tax credit. Even if a family did not earn enough to be required to file taxes, they are eligible for the CTC and potentially thousands of additional dollars in benefits. Many families received about half of their CTC in monthly payments...

There is a scam, or phishing, email circulating the United States asking child care providers to click on a link to receive their ARPA funds. DPHHS will electronically deposit or mail your ARPA Child Care Stabilization Grant payments to you.  You will not be asked to click on a link to receive your funds. For more information...

Important: Infant Formula Recall DPHHS Urges Montanans to Check Cupboards for Recalled Infant Formula Department of Public Health and Human Services (DPHHS) officials announced today a voluntary recall of several specific products for infants and babies has been issued by Abbott, the maker of Similac formulas and other nutritional products, due to a concern over possible contamination...

1099 Forms to child care providers were issued on 1/27/2022, and should have been received. If you have not received your 1099 form, BFSD can assist you with getting a copy. Please send an email to the BFSD HHS Fiscal W-9 Provider Assistance email address: fiscalw9@mt.gov. If you have received your 1099 form and there is incorrect...