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American Rescue Plan Child Care Stabilization Program


The American Rescue Plan (ARP) included a critical $24 billion investment in a new Child Care Stabilization Program. More than 225,000 child care programs in the United States have received ARP stabilization support, impacting as many as 10 million children, and keeping programs open and families working. Providers are using awards to help with operational costs like wages and benefits, rent and utilities, program materials and supplies, and cleaning and sanitation. This national dashboard includes ACF-901 data through June 30, 2023. State ARP Stabilization funds ended September 30, 2023. (author abstract)

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