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 Schedule for CCNI Workshops!

Check back in 2015 to find places and dates of our nutrition/mandatory workshops.

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CCNI Alerts


CCNI is 30 years old on October 1!  Help us celebrate!

To commemorate our 30th Anniversary, CCNI is holding a drawing for three lucky winners for $100. each.  To enter the drawing,click here


CCNI office hours are Monday - Thursday, 8:00-4:30 and Friday, 8:00-2:00

Contact us at 800-634-3359 or click to contact us by email

2014 Calendar Keepers Menu Corrections: click here

Breaking News:  2015 Calendar Keeper Menu Corrections are released.  Click HERE

2014-2015 Household Income Data and Application released

WIC INFORMATION:  To find out about the WIC program, click here

Are you going to be closed or gone a few days in the near future? click here  to contact us and let us know about your closures. 

Click here to contact individual staff.

Applying for a Family Child Care License in Minnesota?  Click here for up to $300 licensing Grant Application & Letter & Instructions

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The CCNI staff is always friendly & very helpful. The training is always nearby and the classes are fun and informative. CCNI is the best!
Nancy, Anoka County



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