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Child Care Loan Programs

 

Child Care Facility Loan Fund (CCFLF)

The CCFLF was created through Public Act 97-259, establishing three separate programs to finance the construction of child care facilities.  Each is managed by the Department of Social Services (DSS) and State Department of Education (SDE), and administered through CHEFA.  The three programs available through the CCFLF are listed below.  Applications are available for download at the bottom of this page.

 

Tax-Exempt Financing

*** Please note that this program is currently closed to new applicants. *** Loans are for the large-scale construction, expansion and renovation of child care centers.  The State Legislature allocates funds to pay at least 80% of loan repayments.

  • Loans are at a low interest rate, and have a repayment term of 30 years
  • Borrowers must be experienced providers of center-based care
  • Borrowers must be not-for-profits or municipalities
  • Borrowers must serve children with School Readiness or DSS Contract funds

Contact:      David Wasch, Child Care Programs Manager, 
                           CHEFA   (860) 761-8416

Guaranteed Loan Program

Loans are for moderate to large-scale construction, expansion and renovation of child care centers.  CHEFA subsidizes the interest rate, making the loans more affordable.

  • Loans are at a low interest rate, and have a repayment term up to 20 years
  • Borrowers must be experienced providers of center based care
  • Borrowers serve lower income children and/or children aged 0-4 years old

Contact:      Christine Divine, 
                          Children's Investment Partnership (860) 525-4821 

Small Direct Loan Program

Loans are for pre-development, minor renovations, equipment, or start-up costs of home-based care.

  • Loans have a term of 5 years at a 9% interest rate
  • Borrowers may be experienced or starting a new business
  • Home-based care providers are encouraged to apply

Contact:      Buck Harris,
                          Connecticut Community Investment Corp.
                          (203) 776-6172 x125

 

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