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United States Air Force
Child Care Community - Resource and Referral
Building 6, Kodiak CDC
JBER, AK 99505
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.
All of JBER's Child Development Programs are certified by DoD and are accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children.
Centers on Installation
There are four Child Development Centers on JBER:
The JBER Family Child Care (FCC) program offers a variety of flexible care options that meet regular and mission related child care needs to include full day, hourly, before/after school, extended care (overnight and weekend), special needs, and on and off-post care. The number of licensed Family Child Care Homes on base varies from month to month and current information can be obtained by contacting the Family Child Care Office at 5091 10th St., 907-552-3995/4664. They are open Monday - Friday, 0800-1700.
There are two School Age Programs on JBER:
Dependents of active duty military, DoD/NAF civilian employees and government contractors are eligible to utilize the programs. A priority for use system has been established at base level per AFI 34-701.
The Child Development Program provides hourly care on space availability, full day care, a Part-Day Preschool program and special openings. Children six weeks though five years old are eligible to use the center. For hourly care, children must be at least six weeks of age. For children with special needs, every effort is made to make reasonable accommodations for children. Some licensed Family Child Care Homes are specifically trained for Special Needs care. Additional information is available at the Central Registration Office, 907-384-7483.
Registration and Enrollment
Advanced Registration for child care may be made by contacting the Central Registration Office at 907-384-7483 and faxing a completed AF Form 2606 (available at your current child care center) Waiting time will vary according to family status.
The Central Registration Office is located in Bldg 600, Room A-142. It is your one-stop point of enrollment for all child and youth programs. Staff offer assistance in locating childcare, provide information about each individual program and help tailor a care plan that meets your specific family needs. Resource and referral information for a variety of off-post centers, child care homes and activities for children of all ages may also be obtained at the Central Registration Office.
The Central Registration Office hours of operation are from 7:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m., Monday-Friday.All children must be registered prior to using any program. When registering your child, you will need to provide a copy of their immunization record, three emergency release designees, and proof of your total family income (TFI) in the form of a recent LES and/or other pay documentation. Please call the Central Registration Office to schedule an appointment at 907-384-7483.
Registration and Enrollment for the School Age Programs and Family Child Care home are done at each location and not through Central Registration, although the same information is required.
Following is a list of fees based on total family income for Child Development Centers: (subject to change)
Pre-School Monthly Fee Schedule
Following is a list of fees for the School Age Program based on total family income: