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Hawaii Marine Corps Camp HM Smith Family Services

As its name implies, Marine & Family Programs is a community-based division of Marine Corps Community Services that supports the individual Marine or sailor and their families. With a knowledgeable and experienced staff of social workers, educators and specialists, Marine & Family Programs has something for everyone, from employment aid to education, counseling to child care.

Many of the MCCS Marine & Family Programs are at MCB Hawaii, Kaneohe Bay; see Page 49. For more information, visit www.mccshawaii.com/mfp.

Child Development Centers

Kupulau Child Development Center
Building 6111 808-257-1388

Laulima Child Development Center
Building 6782 907-257-2038

The Camp H.M. Smith child development centers provide full-day care programs for children from 6 weeks to 5 years old from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday. Go to www.mcchawaii.com/cdc for more information.

Family Child Care
Building 6111 808-257-5525

Certified Family Child Care providers can offer flexible hours and care within their base quarters for young children in response to changing parental needs. All providers undergo background checks, 40 hours of initial training coupled with ongoing education, and an initial home inspection followed by regular checks and continuing supervision. Providers are certified and monitored by the command. Go to www.mccshawaii.com/fcc for more information.

Education Center
Wing 2C, Room 116
MARFORPAC Building 808-477-0159

The Education Center provides services for active-duty service members, family members, veterans and DOD civilians, including test preparation, tuition assistance, on-base colleges, education resources and more.

Youth Activities

Kulia Youth Center

The Kulia Youth Center in Building 6753, Lawrence Street, at Kanehoe Bay provides national programs for youths from 13 to 17 years old as a chartered Boys & Girls Club.

 

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