Good nutrition pays! The Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) plays a vital role in improving the quality of child care and making it affordable for many families requiring child care by providing reimbursement funds. The goal of the CACFP is to improve and maintain the health and nutritional status of children in care while promoting the development of good eating habits.
CELEBRATE NATIONAL CACFP WEEK! March 17-23, 2019
Michigan Department of Education - Child and Adult Care Food Program
608 W. Allegan St. Lansing, Michigan 48933
Mailing: P.O. Box 30008, Lansing, MI 48909
Phone: 517-241-5353 Fax: 517-241-5376 Email: MDE-CNAP-CACFP@michigan.gov
- What are frequently asked questions regarding the At-Risk Afterschool Program?
- What are frequently asked questions related to Adult Day Services?
- What are frequently asked questions related to unlicensed child care providers?
- What are frequently asked questions related to centers?
- What are frequently asked questions related to relative day care homes?
- What are frequently asked questions about emergency shelters?
- What are the infant meal pattern requirements?
- What are the current reimbursement rates for centers?
- What are the reimbursement rates for day care homes?
- What are the reimbursement rates for sponsors of day care homes?
- MDE CACFP Videos *NEW*
- CACFP and Preschool Meal Patterns: Grain-Based Desserts
- Healthier Child Care Environment Toolkit
- At-Risk Afterschool Programs - USDA Website
- Eligibility Manual
- New Meal Pattern Handouts
- CACFP Meal Pattern Resources (ICN)
- Whole Grain Rich Resource
- New Meal Pattern Requirements - USDA FNS Website
- Meal Benefit Income Eligibility
- Statewide Media Release
- Women, Infants, and Children (WIC)
- CACFP Handbooks
- FNCS Recipe Box
- Michigan Farm to School
- Civil Rights Requirements
- ....And Justice for All Posters
- Appeal Procedures
- Racial Census Report by School District
- Supporting Documents