The Family Child Care Program is made up of qualified, professional providers both on and off base. Each provider is held to high standards that include 24 hours of annual training, monthly inspections, and are required to meet Air Force regulations.All providers hold current First Aid, CPR, and food handlers certificates.
Family Child care is much more than babysitting, we offer a nurturing, educational home environment. FCC is a home away from home. * The Family Child Care program accepts children and providers with chronic health problems, including HIV-positive people.
Consider becoming a provider. There is a HUGE need right now and an emergency orientation has been scheduled for May 6-10 from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. daily. Applications must be turned in by May 2. Call 777-0695 for an application. A large lending library provides all the equipment you would need to start your own day care business on base. Work as little as 20 hours per month.
Each program has developmentally appropriate activites for all ages. Many of our providers offer enriched programs that involve the community, service projects, and field trips.
Family Child Care is made up of providers that operate independent businesses. Hourly and part-time care is available by contacting FCC providers directly. Rates will vary depending on the hours needed. Paperwork need for hourly care will be available through each provder that includes 1181's, current immunization records and contracts.
The Family Child Care program strives to help meet the needs of the community with maintaining high quality childcare. Due to inspections, in-home trainings and other program requirements. Please make an appointment for assistance - 801-777-0695
BECOME A PROVIDER
We are looking for military spouses or retirees on or off base willing to provide family child care. Enjoy working out of your home, while caring for your own children and owning your own business. FCC offers childcare training, licensing and a lending library to help in start up costs. Providers are needed for evening/night shifts, extended duty, weekends or TDY, hourly and care for children with asthma, allergies, cerbral palsy, physical impairments, ect. please contact the office for more information or an application.
All persons providing childcare in their home for more than 10 hours per week must be licensed. Unlicensed childcare may result in the loss of Base Housing privileges. If you suspect someone of providing unlicensed childcare please call 777-0695, a child’s well being may depend on your call. Those that are not Licensed FCC Providers should not be permitted to advertise or post notices in installation publications or on bulletin boards.
The FCC office does not regulate the FCC provider’s contracts or fees. Take the time to read and understand the terms of the provider’s contract fully before an agreement is made. Contracts are binding. If you have any questions, discuss questions before care begins and continue to communicate regularly. Make sure you complete all paperwork and receive a copy of your signed contract. You may also want to request tax information for filing childcare credit if applicable. The FCC office is not allowed to supply Social Security Numbers; you’ll have to get this information directly from your provider.
OTHER ON BASE CHILD CARE OPTIONS
CDC (East) 801-777-6321
CDC (West) 801- 777-6223
Youth Center 801-777-2419