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CYSS Parent Central Services
Building 10 General Patton Road
Hohenfels Germany 92366
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.
The USAG Bavaria - Hohenfels Community provides quality child care in DoD accredited facilities. There is one main CDC and a CDC Annex For more information call 011-49-9472-708-2078/2080.
Family child care is the use of government quarters to provide adequate child care for working military and civilian families. FCC providers are trained and certified before child care is authorized. All providers are closely monitored by the FCC director, FCC trainer and the community health nurse. This program gives parents the option of having their child(ren) in home-like settings. It is especially convenient for parents with irregular work schedules. Contact Family Child Care (FCC) at 314-522-2078 or 09472-708-2078.
FCC offers hourly, full day and part day care for children aged four weeks to 12 years. If hourly care is used, the fee is $4.00 per hour, payable at the time of pick up.
To use FCC providers, children must be registered through the Central Registration office. This office maintains a list of certified providers and will issue referrals once registration is completed.
The maximum number of spaces available in each home is for six children. This ensures that each child receives more individual attention.
The USAG Bavaria - Hohenfels Community provides quality child care in DoD accredited facilities.
Prior to using any Child, Youth & School Services (CYSS) program, all children must be registered through the Parent Central Services (PCS) office. Your sponsor can assist in getting registration information to you prior to your arrival or you can email the office to have information sent to you. If you are single or dual military, and will need full time child care as soon as you arrive, make sure you get on the wait list before you arrive or as soon as you get to Hohenfels.
Documents needed for registration include:
The Fee Policy for the Child Development Center (CDC), School Age Center (SAC) and FCC programs are based on total family income and is at the lower end of the Department of the Army fee scale. Hourly Care for the CDC and SAC is $7.00/hour. The standard hourly rate for FCC is $4.00.
Central Registration can take all payments for any CYSS programs here in the Hohenfels community. Multiple child discounts are also available.
The CYSS waitlist consists of three actual lists, they are projected, excess and preference.
1. The Excess Demand waiting list reflects urgent requests for child care. It includes the names of children waiting for care not currently enrolled in a viable child care option in any Army CYSS operated, sponsored or affiliated child care program. Children move from the excess demand waiting list to the preference for care sub-waiting list when parents accept care in a location or type of care which is not their preferred care option or decline first available to wait for a preferred type of care.
2. A Preference for Care (PFC) waiting list reflects the number of children who have care in one system but prefer another type of care or location when no space is available in that option or have declined first available care offered them from the excess demand waiting list.
3. The Projected Demand waiting list reflects the number of unborn children; those children transferring from other installations and those needing care at a future date or for the school age summer camp only. Children are maintained by date of application. Those who place an unborn child on the projected demand waiting list must call or come by the CER to update their child's application once the child is born. Transferring families need to call or come by the CER to update information within 30 days of arrival at USAG Hohenfels. Names are moved to the excess demand list upon birth or arrival to the installation and placed according to date of application.
We assist in the process to ensure all special needs children receive the most appropriate placement in the CYSS program.
Contact Child & Youth Services Liaison and Outreach Services (CLEOS) at 314-522-2078 or 09472 7082078. Hours: Mon - Fri 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. Location: Bldg. 10.
The Child Development Center (CDC) offers a variety of Child Care Services to meet your needs. Currently due to COVID restrictions, the Full Day Care Center offers child care from 7:30 am until 5:00 pm, Monday thru Friday. During the summer, the Full Day Care Center runs a Summer Program for the children who are currently in Kindergarten or will be entering Kindergarten in the fall. The children are kept busy with weekly trips to the local library, bowling, and on and off post field trips.
There are lots of wonderful programs for children on the Hohenfels Installation. Some include Infant Massage classes and Kindermusic and Baby Sign. We also have an EFMP Lil Troopers playgroup that is open to all children 3 and under. The Library has story-time for all age groups as well as Arts and Craft times. PWOC offers a variety of child friendly activities.
School Age Center (SAC) offers a variety of activities throughout the school year: Art, Science, and cooking are just to name a few. During the Spring and Winter Camps the children are kept busy with specialty camps like pottery, jewelry making, and Jr. Idol. During the summer, SAC is the place to be. Not only are the children exposed to the specialty camps during this time they get to enjoy two fun-filled off post trips a week. Children are exposed to the culture of the surrounding area, not only by enjoying some of the many theme parks in this area but doing planned scavenger hunts throughout the beautiful cities nearby.
4-H -- A partnership program to enhance learning.
Field Trips --To expand the educational experiences for the children in CDC/SAC with hands-on learning.
For further information on any of these classes offered by SAC, please call DSN 314-522-2822 or 09472-708-2822.
USAG Bavaria, Army Community Service (ACS) Family Advocacy Program (FAP) and its New Parent Support Program (NPSP) provides intensive home visiting services to eligible Families with children prenatal to 3 years old whether they live on or off the installation. Activities and services provided include information and referral to military and civilian programs that support parents of infants and young children, such as parenting programs, respite care for children, and supervised play time for children.