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United States Air Force
750 First Street
Off of Hwy 70 West
Holloman AFB, NM 88330
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.
There are three child development centers on Holloman AFB:
All programs are accredited through the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) and are certified by the Department of Defense USDA Child Care Food Program.
Centers on Installation -- There are three child development centers on Holloman AFB:
The Air Force Extended Duty Child Care Program (EDCCP) is a unique program which offers military members the opportunity to obtain child care services, beyond the standard 50 hours, at minimal cost for duty-related responsibilities. Point of contact for this program is the Family Child Care Coordinator.
School Age Care is available both on Holloman AFB and in Alamogordo. Additional or updated listings may be found in the Alamogordo phone book yellow pages or by contacting the Holloman Relocation Assistance Program.
When considering whether to leave children unsupervised, parents must fully examine what type of help will be available to the child in the event of any emergency, minor or major. This is particularly true if the parent will not be in his/her residence or in a location near the child. Parents should not leave children there without someone to contact. Playgrounds are not substitutes for long-term parental supervision.
Children with a physical, medical, developmental or educational need, as well as children with hyperactivity (ADHD), or any other special needs will not be left alone for any length of time to care for themselves. Whether the special need is mild, moderate or severe, these standards should be carefully applied considering each child's uniqueness.