The Family Child Care Program is designed to provide an alternative to center-based care with flexible hours (full-time, part-time, before and after school, drop in, and extended duty care) and small groups in a home setting. Our goal is to ensure quality childcare is available to military members and DoD employees so they can successfully perform their mission duties, secure in the knowledge that their children are cared for in a safe, healthy, and loving environment. The Family Child Care Program provides care for children from 2 weeks old through 12 years old and for children with special needs
Child care services are offered to eligible patrons at Fairchild AFB for full-time (weekly) care, before-and-after-school care, and hourly care. All services except hourly care and special openings require a completed application and time on a placement list. Specific procedures for the Resource and Referral Program can be found in SVYC Operating Instruction 34-4. All forms and program information can be downloaded from the CDC Document Library.
Offered for children ages 6 months to 5 years of age at the CDC located on Fairchild. Hourly care meets the needs of customers who need care on an irregular basis such as short term care for a doctor appointment, to work out or to volunteer in the community, on a space available basis. The requirements reguarding eligibility, registration and immunization's are the same as those required for full-day care.
Parents are always welcome to visit and assist with their child's care to the extent that their duty permits.
The parent Advisory Board/involvement is a committee of all the CDC programs in conjunction with other CYP’s. The DAB acts only in an advisory capacity, providing recommendations for improving services. The Chairperson of the DAB is a parent.
The Parent Advisory Committee selects a chairperson. Each chairperson attends the Program Parent Advisory Board meeting. The Parent Advisory Board meets with the Airman and Family Readiness Center Flight Chief and Center Directors at least quarterly and with the Mission Support Group Commander at least annually. The minutes of the parent advisory meetings are forwarded to the Mission Support Group Commander for review.
If you are interested in attending your center's parent advisory committee, please see your center's director for more information.
"My child learns new things each day at the CDC. The teachers here are just so wonderful."
"Here at Fairchild, my child's caregiver has been especially impressive. Her caring attitude and depth of knowledge in childhood behavior, activities and appropriate responses has really been an inspiration for our family."
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Start at the CDC with a Month of the Military Child parade, then head over to the Youth Center for the block party!
Families can enjoy a balloon artist, games ...