Posted by ICCRR in News on 3/19/2019

The Iowa Department of Human Services is implementing the Statewide Child Care Emergency and Response Plan

The child care services you provide are important to both families and the community. With the heavy snow fall this winter and recent rain, many counties in Iowa are experiencing flooding. We need you to let us know if your child care business has been impacted and if so, the extent of the damage. The information will help us evaluate the community’s child care infrastructure and determine if resources are needed to restore child care services in the community.

If your child care business is in an area with damage and your business did not have any damage, complete the survey to let us know if you have child care spaces available for children that cannot receive care from their current child care provider based on damage.

Please click on this link to complete the survey, it will take approximately 3-5 minutes to complete.

If you have questions or need additional information, please contact your CCR&R consultant or click here for contact information for the CCR&R regional office.

The Iowa Statewide Child Care Emergency Preparedness and Response Plan is available on the DHS website here.

County Disaster Declarations

  • Adair 
  • Appanoose
  • Audubon
  • Black Hawk
  • Bremer 
  • Buena Vista 
  • Butler
  • Carroll 
  • Cass
  • Cerro Gordo 
  • Cherokee 
  • Chickasaw
  • Clay 
  • Clayton 
  • Crawford 
  • Dallas 
  • Davis
  • Delaware
  • Dickinson 
  • Emmet 
  • Fayette 
  • Franklin 
  • Fremont 
  • Greene
  • Guthrie 
  • Hamilton
  • Hancock 
  • Hardin 
  • Harrison 
  • Howard
  • Humboldt 
  • Ida 
  • Iowa 
  • Kossuth 
  • Louisa
  • Lucas
  • Madison
  • Marshall
  • Mills 
  • Mitchell
  • Monona 
  • Monroe
  • Montgomery 
  • Muscatine
  • O'Brien 
  • Page 
  • Plymouth 
  • Pottawattamie 
  • Scott
  • Shelby 
  • Sioux 
  • Union
  • Wapello
  • Webster 
  • Winnebago 
  • Winneshiek 
  • Woodbury 
  • Worth 
  • Wright 
 

Tags: disaster , flooding , emergency response , emergency plan , DHS

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