Family Child Care (FCC) programs provide child care in housing owned or leased by the government and under the control of the installation commander. FCC Providers are private contractors certified and monitored by the command.
FCC Providers offer flexible child care hours and small, intimate environments for children's early development. The FCC Program holds DoD certification and participates in the USDA Child and Adult Care Food Program. FCC programs provide child care in housing owned or leased by the government and under the control of the installation commander.
FCC Providers are private contractors certified and monitored by the command.
Becoming a Certified Family Child Care Provider
The FCC Program trains and certifies military dependents (18yrs. or older) to provide child care within their base quarters. Contact the MCCS Child & Youth | Resource and Referral Office to learn more.
If you are interested in becoming a Family Child Care Provider, please print and complete a provider application and background check forms. Your application may be turned into the Resource and Referral office at Bldg. #5082, Lawrence Rd. If you have questions, don't hesitate to get in touch with Family Child Care at 808-257-7430.
- Complete a new provider application and background checks (FCC Application). Upon completion, please turn in the application to the FCC office.
- Complete a 40-hour week-long training session.
- Pass initial inspections performed by subject matter experts from Base Safety, Federal Fire Department, Navy Meds Health and Sanitation Branch, and Family Child Care program.
- Be willing to participate in ongoing training to ensure quality care for children.
- Participate in ongoing monthly evening training.
MCCS Child & Youth Programs | Resource and Referral Office
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