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Child, Youth and Teen Programs and Services

Child, Youth and Teen Programs and Services

Child Development Centers

Quantico has two Child Development Center (CDC) locations: CDC North, 3311 Purvis Road, and CDC South, 3314 Purvis Road. The Child Development Center Programs include full-day care, hourly care and part-day preschool. Full-day care is for children ages 6 weeks to 5 years old 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday. The hourly care program provides services on a space-available basis from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Reservations can be made up to two weeks in advance. The part-day preschool program offers two- and three-day morning or afternoon sessions during the school year. For more information, call Resource and Referral at 703-784-0674.

Family Child Care Program

Family Child Care (FCC) providers are family members who are certified by the command to provide child care in family housing units aboard Quantico. All providers are screened, trained and inspected to ensure parents and children are provided the highest quality care. FCC homes offer care in a small, family-type setting. Full-time, part-time, hourly, weekend and evening care for all ages are available through FCC. For information on enrolling your child in the FCC program, call Resource and Referral at 703-784-0674. For information on becoming an FCC provider, call 703-784-2011.

Youth and Teen

The Youth Center is at 3312 Purvis Road. The Youth Center houses the School-age Care program. The program is for children in kindergarten through sixth grade. It provides before- and after-school care and full-time care during teacher work days, winter, spring and summer school breaks. Hourly care is also available during the school year. The Youth Center schedules themed events for Parents Night Out and Family Fun Nights. Visit the Quantico MCCS website for details and times. The Teen Program also has a sponsorship program through Quantico’s Relocation Assistance Program. This program supports teens that are new to Quantico. For information on these programs, call Resource and Referral at 703-784-0674.

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