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Become a FCC Provider

Have you considered becoming a Family Child Care (FCC) Provider? Do you love children and interested in a rewarding career in Early Childhood Education? Then FCC is right for you! Family Child Care allows you to provide quality child care for fellow military families in need of a safe, affordable, and convenient location for their children. 

·       By choosing to become a FCC provider allows you to own a home based business which is transferrable from one installation to another once you and your family PCS*.

·       Family Child Care rates are 15 % lower than facility based child care.

·       Family Child Care hours of operation can be flexible based on the needs of both your family and the families that you serve.

·       Prior to becoming a certified provider a background check is required for the applicant and any family member over the age of 12.

·       Receive weekly home monitoring, oversight, and ongoing professional development opportunities, to include, an orientation week.

·       Family Child Care is a child’s home away from home but an essential extension of the Child and Youth Services programs.

·       Family Child Care follows the Creative Curriculum philosophy which consists of developmentally appropriate materials and activities.

·       Please remember it is okay to be neighborly, however, any unauthorized childcare can put you and your family at risk. A 10 hour child care limit has been established by the Department of Defense to protect all children from being in unregulated child care settings on regular basis.

Cost

Free Training!

Registration Information

For more information please contact the Family Child Care office (912)767-7326 or visit stewarthunter.armymwr.com/programs/family-child-care

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Late Night Fridays at the Youth Center

Every 2nd and 4th Friday of the month, the Fort Stewart and Hunter Army Airfield Youth Centers will be open late Friday nights for youths registered with CYS to hang out and have fun.

Mar 8 2 pm - 10 pm

Late Night Fridays at the Youth Center

Every 2nd and 4th Friday of the month, the Fort Stewart and Hunter Army Airfield Youth Centers will be open late Friday nights for youths registered with CYS to hang out and have fun.

Mar 8 2 pm - 10 pm
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Parents Night Out (FS) - Flowers and Photos

Parents of children ages 6 weeks to 5 years old can enjoy a night out by themselves by signing their children up for Parents Night Out: Flowers and Photos, just in time for Mother's Day, at Fort Stewart!

May 3 6:30 pm - 11:30 pm
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SAC After Dark: Let's Glow! Glow in the Dark with SAC! (FS)

Children and youth can enjoy a fun night at the Fort Stewart SAC After Dark: Let's Glow! Glow in the Dark with SAC! Open to all Fort Stewart & Hunter AAF School Age Children.

May 3 6:30 pm - 11:30 pm
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Parents Night Out (HAAF) - Night Owl Slumber Party

Parents of children ages 6 weeks to 5 years old can enjoy a night out by themselves by signing their children up for this Night Owl Slumber Party-themed Parents Night Out at Hunter Army Airfield!

May 17 6:30 pm - 11:30 pm
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SAC After Dark: Slumber Party (HAAF)

Children and youth can enjoy a fun night at the Hunter SAC After Dark: Slumber Party! Open to all Fort Stewart & Hunter AAF School Age Children.

May 17 6:30 pm - 11:30 pm