FCC is much more than babysitting!
The program offers a nurturing, educational, home environment. Family Child Care (FCC) is a home away from home for your child with qualified, professional providers both on and off base. Each provider is held to high standards that include twenty four hours of annual training, monthly home inspections, and meeting Air Force regulations. All providers hold current First Aid, CPR, and food handlers certificates. The Family Child Care program accepts children and providers with chronic health problems, including those that are HIV-positive.
Those who wish to become providers will have a wide array of resources at their disposal. A large lending library provides all the equipment one would need to start a day care business. If you are looking for child care, FCC has referrals for reserve weekend care and after hours care – read more…
Each program has developmentally appropriate activities for all ages. Many of the providers offer enriched programs that involve the community, service projects, and field trips.
Family Child Care is made up of providers that operate independent businesses. Hourly and part-time care is available by contacting FCC providers directly. Rates will vary depending on the hours needed. Paperwork needed for hourly care will be available through each provider that includes 1181's, current immunization records and contracts.
PAC: Meets the Third Tuesday of every month from 1130-1230 at the CDC. A free lunch is provided. All FCC parents are encouraged to attend including hourly, part-time and those that use any of the Extended Child Care programs. Please contact the office for more information.
The Family Child Care program strives to help meet the needs of the community while maintaining high quality childcare. Due to inspections, in-home trainings and other program requirements, please make an appointment for assistance by calling 801-777-0695.