Child and Youth Programs (CYP) provide high quality child care programs and services that support eligible families. Programs are available for children six weeks through 18 years of age; full day, part time, and in some locations hourly care. All programs are designed to enrich your child’s social, cognitive, emotional, physical, and intellectual growth and development.
Child Development Centers
At the CDCs, children have a full day in an enriching environment that builds the foundation for their transition into school. The CDCs engage children in guided play and an array of stimulating, age-appropriate activities that include computers, arts and crafts, reading, listening centers and more!
Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP)
The Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) is a mandatory program that supports families with exceptional needs by ensuring access and availability to medical and educational services to provide continuum of care.
New Parent Support
The New Parent Support Program (NPSP) is a professional team of social workers and nurses who offer education, counseling and support to expectant parents, adoptive parents or families with children five and under.
School Age Care
The School Age Care (SAC) program is a nationally accredited child care service for children ages 5-12 needing care before and after school. SAC provides a safe, supervised and age-appropriate environment with individual and group activities that develop the social, emotional, cognitive and physical potential of children.
The School Liaison Program (SLP) focuses its efforts on making transitions for military school age children easier.
Family Child Care
FCC homes offer safe, high quality child care through well-trained staff in a family/home atmosphere with a small group of children in government housing. Care can include full day, part day, hourly or extended day care for parents that work non-traditional hours.
Youth Sports is a skill based program open to children ages 4-11. Rather than focusing on competition, which is an inherit part of sports, children are provided the opportunity to learn the fundamentals of a sport, in addition to good sportsmanship and the benefits of teamwork.