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Evaluation of the Minnesota Family, Friend and Neighbor Grant Program: Report summary to the 2010 Minnesota Legislature
Minnesota. Department of Human Services, February 2010
(DHS-5269A-ENG). St. Paul: Minnesota, Department of Human Services.

A summary of an evaluation of the Minnesota Family, Friend, and Neighbor Grant Program, which provided funding to organizations to educate and support family, friend, and neighbor child care providers, that examined the development of children in family, friend, and neighbor care and the characteristics, knowledge, and caregiving practices of providers

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Evaluation of the Minnesota Family, Friend and Neighbor Grant Program: Report to the 2010 Minnesota Legislature
Minnesota. Department of Human Services, February 2010
(DHS-5269-ENG). St. Paul: Minnesota, Department of Human Services.

An evaluation of the Minnesota Family, Friend, and Neighbor Grant Program, which provided funding to organizations to educate and support family, friend, and neighbor child care providers, that examined the development of children in family, friend, and neighbor care and the characteristics, knowledge, and caregiving practices of providers

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Family, friend and neighbor caregivers: Results of the 2004 Minnesota statewide household child care survey
Minnesota. Department of Human Services, 2006
St. Paul, MN: Wilder Research Center.

Results of a statewide telephone survey of the characteristics of family, friend and neighbor caregivers in Minnesota, including group sizes, quality of care, cost, caregiver training and experience, and problems in providing care

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Family, friend and neighbor care supply and demand: Fundamental facts from the 2004 Minnesota child care survey
Minnesota. Department of Human Services, 2006
(DHS-4823). St. Paul: Minnesota Department of Human Services.

A fact sheet exploring the supply of family, friend and neighbor (FFN) care by providers and the demand of FFN care by families

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Family, friends and neighbors caring for children through the Minnesota Child Care Assistance Program: A survey of caregivers and parents
Minnesota. Department of Human Services, 2006
St. Paul, MN: Wilder Research Center.

A study of family, friend, and neighbor (FFN) care in Minnesota, examining its use by families receiving child care subsidies, characteristics of registered FFN providers, and strategies for FFN outreach and support

Reports & Papers


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Improving the quality of family, friend and neighbor care: Fundamental facts from the 2004 Minnesota child care survey
Minnesota. Department of Human Services, 2006
(DHS-4826). St. Paul: Minnesota Department of Human Services.

A fact sheet summarizing a survey of family, friend and neighbor (FFN) child care providers, with suggestions to improve the quality of FFN services

Fact Sheets & Briefs


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Profile of family, friends and neighbors caring for children through the Minnesota Child Care Assistance Program: Fundamental facts from the 2004 Minnesota child care survey
Minnesota. Department of Human Services, 2006
(DHS-4824). St. Paul: Minnesota Department of Human Services.

A fact sheet describing the characteristics of family, friend and neighbor (FFN) care through the Minnesota Child Care Assistance Program

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Quality of family, friend and neighbor care: Fundamental facts from the 2004 Minnesota child care survey
Minnesota. Department of Human Services, 2006
(DHS-4825). St. Paul: Minnesota Department of Human Services.

A fact sheet describing the quality of family, friend and neighbor (FFN) child care services

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