Conducted through a partnership funded by:
”Reducing the gap in child care slots in Northwest Minnesota
Jessica Beyer, First Children’s Finance
Cory Boushee, Northwest Minnesota Foundation
Tamie Finn, Minnesota Tribal Resources for Early Child Care
Ruby Gurneau, Red Lake Nation Oshkiimaajitahdah
Maureen Hams, Tri Valley Opportunity Council Child Care Aware
Kim Lage, White Earth Child Care Early Childhood Program
Missy Okeson, Northwest Minnesota Foundation
Dana Patsie, MAHUBE-OTWA Community Action Partnership Child Care Aware
Maria Steen, CAPLP Child Care Aware
Karen White, Northwest Minnesota Foundation
Joe Czapiewski, JFC Strategic Services, facilitator
Learn more about becoming a child care provider in Northwest Minnesota.
Financial Resources for Northwest Minnesota Child Care Providers:
First Children’s Finance provides loans and business-development assistance to high-quality child care businesses serving low and moderate-income families.
We lead and support collaborative efforts in communities to find innovative, sustainable solutions to their unique child care needs.
Tools & Resources for Northwest Minnesota Child Care Providers
Helping children succeed in school and life by supporting the professional growth of child care providers and connecting families to quality child .
The voice that connects and strengthens early education and child care services for American Indian Children and Families within the state of Minnesota.