Construction and Major Renovation
The Child Care and Development Fund (CCDF) final rule outlines regulations for implementing the Child Care and Development Block Grant (CCDBG) Act of 2014 and administering the CCDF program. Tribal Lead Agencies can request to use CCDF program funds for construction and major renovation. The Office of Child Care and Tribal Child Care Capacity Building Center (TCBC) provide resources and support on the application process including preplanning, assessment, and application requirements.
This page provides resources from the Tribal Child Care Capacity Building Center on construction and major renovation.
Construction and Major Renovation Requirements
Tribal Construction and Major Renovation: Preplanning Resources (Presentation slides and resources)
Tribal Construction and Major Renovation: Application Resources (presentation slides and resources)
More from the Early Childhood Training and Technical Assistance Website
The Office of Child Care’s Child Care Technical Assistance website provides training, resources, and materials to multiple stakeholder groups at the state, Tribal, regional and local levels to support high-quality services for children and families.
Tribal Construction and Renovation: CCDF-ACF-PI-2020-02 ( ACF program instruction)
This program instruction provides detailed guidance on specific application requirements and includes an overview of each application components for Tribal Lead Agencies interested in applying to use their CCDF funds for constructions and major renovation projects.
CCDF Tribal Construction/Major Renovation Application (Attachment D of ACF program instruction)
The program instruction from May 2020 includes an attachment which provides a checklist for completing the Tribal Construction and Major Renovation application.
The Tribal Child Care Capacity Building Center can help you navigate the many resources available through the Office of Child Care’s Child Care Technical Assistance website.