F.E. Warren AFB Community

Child Care

Professional CDC staff members are available to provide a safe and pleasant environment, as well as create a cognitive and physical developmental program that combines social and educational activities for your child. Daily learning experiences include large and small motor development; manipulative skills; creative arts, including painting, music and movement; simple science and math; outdoor play; hygiene; and self-help.

Special activities and field trips are planned for special learning experiences.

The CDC also offers a monthly respite care program, “Give Parents a Break,” for referred families. Call 307-773-3221.

Family Child Care, in Building 266, offers an excellent alternative of child care for parents who would like their children cared for in a home setting. Care is provided in military housing as well as off base. Caregivers who are licensed by the 90th Mission Support Group commander must meet strict Air Force requirements. They must complete a five-day orientation training class prior to licensing. Training includes CPR and first aid certification, completing 15 Air Force standardized training modules, 24 hours of annual training and passing a comprehensive background check that includes family members. FCC providers complete a monthly 17-page self-assessment that ensures the safety, health and well-being of your child. Providers also receive monthly unannounced visits from the FCC manager. Providers offer daily activities that promote social, self, creative, physical and cognitive development. Your child will receive individualized attention in a small-group setting that is warm, caring, nurturing and educational. Referral lists for in-home providers may be obtained from a variety of agencies on base such as the FCC and the CDC.

The FCC also offers extended duty care, missile duty care, Return Home Care Air Force Aid PCS Care and Volunteer Care. It also serves as backup for the Air Force Aid Program “Give Parents a Break.”

Call the Family Child Care Office at 307-773-3317.

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