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Child Development Centers

Naval Support Activity Bethesda offers full time child development services for active duty military personnel assigned duty in the local Washington, DC/Maryland/Virginia area. DoD civilians working at NSAB and its tenant commands are also eligible to use the facility on a space available basis. The program is DoD certified and is also accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children.

WRNMC Healthy Habits Program, Naval Support Activity Bethesda

Programs offered

Children ages 6-weeks to 5-years can receive full-time care at the Child Development Centers (CDC) located in Building 26 (CDC #I) and Building 82 (CDC #II) both of which are on Constitution Drive behind the Bowling Center. Children are assigned to classrooms based on age and developmental level: infants, pre-toddlers, toddlers, and preschoolers (age 3 to 5).

Costs

All fees are based on total family income and will not be pro-rated for Federal holidays, other government closures or child’s illness. A $50 non-refundable registration fee must be paid in advance and is credited towards the first payment.

Availability

While there is a waiting time of approximately six months to one year priority is given to wounded warriors, single and dual military parents.

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