Licensing Resources



The Ramsey County website contains information pertaining to the Licensing Process, Unlicensed Providers, Rules and Statues, Licensure Forms, Resources, and more, for all licensed family child care providers. To view their website click on the link above.

http://www.dhs.state.mn.us/main/idcplg?IdcService=GET_DYNAMIC_CONVERSION&Revision SelectionMethod=LatestReleased&dDocName=dhs-289073
The Department of Human Services website contains information pertaining to Families and Providers including: 2017 Legislative Changes, Immunization Records, Scam Alerts, Child Care and Development Block Grant, General Forms, Emergency Planning Documents, Training, Provider FAQs, Safe Sleep, Wading and Swimming Pools, Family Child Care Statutes and Rules, and Sign Up to Receive Family Child Care Licensing Information by Email. To view their website click on the link above.

Minnesota's Knowledge and Competency Framework for Early Childhood Professionals
"Minnesota's Knowledge and Competency Framework (KCF) outlines what early childhood professionals need to know and what they need to do when delivering quality care. The Minnesota Department of Education (MDE) created the KCF in 2015 to replace the Minnesota Core Competencies and align with Board of Teaching Standards". Click on the link above to read the Overview.

Click on this link to search for information about licensed providers by name, city, county, zip code, program type or license number.

All cribs used for child care purposes must be inspected monthly. An annual check regarding crib recalls must also be conducted. You can contact the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission using the link listed above or by phone at 1-800-638-2772.

This link takes you to the new printable Immunization Form.

This link takes you to the current printable Immunization Schedule.

The Consumers Union offers a website that offers recall information too. This site is updated daily.

This is the link to the DHS approved Shaken Baby Videos that meet the SUID training component when license holders are not receiving in person training. All videos must be viewed to meet the SUID training requirement. Total time to view the video series is approximately 23 minutes.