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Family Center of Childcare Aware WA
645 Fourth Street
Ste 202 (United Way Building)
Bremerton, WA 98337
Contact information for key programs and services at this installation.
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.
Child Development Centers offer center based care for children 6 weeks to 5 years of age. After school care is offered for children 5-12 years old.
As you are preparing for a PCS move or if you find that you are in the need of childcare please visit http://militarychildcare.com/ this is the link for on base childcare waiting lists.
Child Development Centers (CDC) offer center based care for children 6 weeks to 5 years of age. Our centers are based on the developmental program model which focuses on play and its importance in a child's learning process. Our centers are also a part of the 7% of programs in the United States accredited by the National Association for the Education Young Children (NAEYC).
Register you child today by visiting: http://www.militarychildcare.com/.
Call Naval Base Kitsap Child Development Center for more information/questions: 360-396-5920.
Some individuals find that center based child care is not right for their child(ren). To accommodate those individuals, Navy Region Northwest also offers a Child Development Home (CDH) Program, in which caregivers provide child care services out of their own home.
Our CDH program has over 100 homes throughout the region certified by Navy Child Development to provide childcare for children up to 12 years of age. They provide the same level of high quality care found in our on-base centers, but are often able to offer a little more flexibility in services. Not only are our homes required to meet navy childcare guidelines, many of our homes are also licensed by the State of Washington. CDH providers offer developmental programs and receive training and home visits on a monthly basis.
CDH subsidy is available for all eligible families seeking full-time care so that child care fees are comparable to those fees charged in Child and Youth Centers. In addition, providers may offer part-time, hourly, evening, weekend and deployment care.
Register you child: http://militarychildcare.csd.disa.mil/
Call for more information: 360-731-1894
As a working parent, having a safe place for your children to go before and after school, provides you with peace of mind to do your job. Our School-Age Care (SAC) programs are designed to do just that. These highly structured recreational and educational programs provide youth with age appropriate before and after school activities as well as holiday and summer day camps for youth ages 5 years (and enrolled in kindergarten) - 12 years.
Whether it is at a school-age care program on base or in one of our community approved facilities, kids will be able to meet new friends, learn new skills and participate in a variety of activities. Fees are based on Total Household Income (THI) and registration is taken directly at each facility.
Register your child by visiting: http://militarychildcare.csd.disa.mil/
Call for more information/questions: 360-396-2463
Visit: http://www.militarychildcare.com/ to register your child for care.
Another viable option for school-age care is the Navy Child Development Home (CDH) care program in which certified caregivers provide child care services out of their own home. They provide the same level of high quality care found in our on-base centers, but are often able to offer a little more flexibility in services. Not only are our homes required to meet Navy child care guidelines, many of our homes are also licensed by the State of Washington. CDH providers offer developmental programs and receive training and home visits on a monthly basis. They offer full-time, part-time, drop-in and weekend care.