Home Grown contracted with Mathematica to conduct the Understanding the Strengths of Family, Friend, and Neighbor Child Care project to identify the strengths and limitations of FFN care and the needs of FFN providers.
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Home Grown encourages state leaders in partnership with home-based child care providers, partners and networks to prioritize access to benefits for HBCC providers. This resource highlights opportunities to improve access to critical benefits for providers.
In three years, Home Grown has grown into an innovation lab that prioritizes provider collaboration and leadership, while working to remove policy barriers, strengthen home-based child care practices and business models, and support the growth and recognition of the sector.
This document is intended to support state administrators considering how they might use the current Preschool Development Grant Birth through Five opportunity to expand or enhance services for home-based child care.
Home Grown convened a diverse group of home-based child care providers to inform recommendations to the White House Conference on Hunger, Nutrition, and Health.
This research brief presents findings from the Erikson Institute’s targeted literature review on home-based child care (HBCC) networks.
This brief describes 11 quality benchmarks for home-based child care networks, presenting a picture of of what a high-quality network strategy can look like.
FFN care is the most widely used form of care in America. Learn more about FFN care, the families who use it, and recommendations for supporting FFN care.