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Promoting access to care after an emergency or disaster: Illustrative state CCDF policies

This document highlights examples of State policies that promote continuity of care for families/providers already in the child care program and reduce barriers to services to new families needing assistance after a disaster/emergency. This document also highlights some examples of CCDF agency initiatives to promote child care services after an event. Lastly, this document discusses the benefits of using the CCDF agency Web sites to share information with the public about disaster/emergency resources. Additional resources related to emergency preparedness are available on the Office of Child Care, Child Care Resources for Disasters and Emergencies section of the Web at (author abstract)
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Fact Sheets & Briefs
United States

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