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United States Army
Child and Youth Parent Central Registration
Yorktown Drive Bldg 10624
Fort Lee, VA 23801
Programs and services are available at most installations for children up to age 12. Care may be provided in Child Development Centers, School Age Care Programs, and Family Child Care Homes. Please review the information to find out what programs and services are available at this installation. Please contact the Child and Youth Program point of contact at this installation if you require information, assistance or resources for child care in your local community.
Fort Lee Child Development Centers are accredited and offers full-day, before/after-school services, preschool and hourly programs, for children 6 weeks to kindergarten age. 804-765-3852. Family Child Care (FCC) homes are also available.
The FCC program is designed to meet the childcare needs of parents who prefer a small group setting in a home environment. FCC homes offer a variety of childcare needs (i.e., flexible hours, before and after school, full day, hourly, extended hours and overnight care.)
The FCC program provides initial and on-going training and certification for all providers. To ensure high standards and regulatory compliance, all FCC homes are inspected and monitored by Fire, Safety, Community Health and FCC professional staff.
The Full Day Program offers care for children ages 6 weeks through kindergarten years and is designed to assist parents needing 6 or more hours of daily childcare.
Fort Lee Child Development Centers were accredited August 21, 2021. Accredited centers include;
Battle Drive Child Development CenterMulti-Program Child Development CenterSisisky Drive Child Development CenterYorktown Child Development Center
Hourly Care - The hourly care room is open from 8:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. Reservations may be made up to 30 days in advance and the hourly care room cannot be used more than 3 days per week.
Kindergarten before and after school and summer program.
Hours of Operation
Operating hours are Monday-Friday 5:15 a.m.-6:00 p.m.
The CDC offers the following programs for patrons of the Fort Lee community:
Children enrolled in the CDC must be a family member of active duty military personnel, DoD civilian or DoD contractor and registered through the Child Youth and School Service (CYSS) registration office located in building 10612. Registration fee is now waived.
For registration information call 804-765-3852 or DSN 312-539-3852.
CYSS provides respite care for children of deployed Soldiers, unaccompanied tour, TDY (90-179 days). Rear Detachment Cadres', Warrior Transition Unit and Fallen Warriors. Special respite care setting s or special center openings for respite care are also offered. For more information, contact 804-765-3851.
Special needs respite care is available thru EFMP program. Each certified special need child can receive up to 40 hours respite care per month. For more information, contact 804-734-6393/7965.
Full day and part day fees are based on total family income. Parents must provide pay statements for both working parents. Military parents must include their BAS and BAH (BAH equivalent if living on post) and any special duty pay. There is a second child discount for children enrolled in full day programs for the same family.
Due to a high demand for care, you may be placed on a wait list. Your position on the wait list depends on many factors that are at the discretion of the installation and may include your husband's military status, the date you apply, deployment and your employment. If these factors change while you are on the wait list, your position will be changed accordingly, so it is important that you keep your information up-to-date. To place your name on the Fort Lee Waiting List for child care call 804-765-3852/3196.
To apply for child care, fill out DD Form 2652, Application for Department of Defense Child Care Fees and DD Form 2606, the Department of Defense Child Development Program Request for Care Record and return them to the Resource and Referral (R&R) office at your installation.
Child care is not an entitlement, and fees are income-based. Fees throughout the child development system of care fall into fee ranges set by DoD.
A waiting list is maintained for most child care programs and it is strongly advised for parents to place thier child's name on the list as soon as possible. Parents who are PCSing to Fort Lee or expectant mothers are strongly encouraged to place their child's name on the "Future Need" waiting list upon receipt of orders to Fort Lee or confirmation of pregancy. You can do this by calling 804-765-3852/3196.
Child Youth & School Services (CYSS) maintains a variety of programs which meet the developmental and recreational needs of Fort Lee children and youth. Child care services are provided at the Child Development Center(CDC) for children ages 6 weeks through Kindergarten and School Age Services (SAS) for children 1st grade through age 11. In addition, Family Child Care providers offer child care in their on-post homes in a family style environment for children 4 weeks to 11 years.
DoD School-Age Services (SAS) programs are offered for children, Kindergarten to 12 years of age before and/or after school, during holidays, and summer vacations. Emphasis is placed on SAS programs which meet community needs, reinforce family values, and promote the cognitive, social, emotional, and physical development of children. SAS may be provided in DoD Youth Centers, Child Development Centers or other suitable facilities. To expand school-age care spaces, DoD policy encourages use of youth centers; on-and off-base schools, and other suitable facilities such as community centers. Accreditation of DoD SAS programs is a requirement. Accreditation sets the professional standards for after school programs and helps families identify high-quality programs.Yorktown Drive Bldg. 10605 Fort Lee 2380 1
Below is the update for Deployment Support Services. I have also attached the chart for them if that helps. Let me know if you need anything additional.
Families of Deployed Soldiers (more than 180 days) are eligible for the following (starting 30 days prior to deployment and ending 90 days after return):
B. Families of Deployed Soldiers (90-179 days) are eligible for the following (starting 30 days prior to deployment and ending 30 days after return):
TCS, PCS (Unaccompanied Tour), TDY 90-179 days are eligible for the following:
Rear Detachment Cadre (as Identified on Rear Detachment/Personnel Availability Report) are eligible for:
Fallen Warriors – Families of Fallen Warriors are eligible for: Hourly Care for Memorial and Bereavement
Warrior Transition, (AW2), WT, Spouse geographically separated from WT, WT NMA, and WT child with custodian (parent is NMA) are eligible for the following:
Note: WT Child with Other Parent Spouse remarried or living away from WT are not eligible for AFC support.
Warriors in Transition Cadre (must be Active Duty):
* Unused hours will expire at the end of the month. Respite care hours cannot be used to adjust full/part day fees.