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Family Child Care - Joint Base Langley-Eustis
For parents who prefer a home environment, Family Child Care (FCC) is the answer. The FCC Program will screen dedicated child care providers who care for children in their homes. The FCC program assures parents that child care is developmentally appropriate for each age level. FCC is available for infants as young as two-weeks old.
- Small settings with personalized care
- Familiar home environment
- Mixed-age groups allow children to learn from each other
- Parents who have more than one child can use one child care setting
- Accepts children with chronic health problems, including HIV positive children
- Flexible scheduling
- Develop connections between provider and family “real life” learning environment
- Infants as young as two weeks
- Children of families in crisis
- Mildly ill children
- Nighttime or extended hours
Licensed Family Child Care homes located on base at Fort Eustis. Affiliated Family Child Care homes located off base Hampton, Newport News, and York County.
Become a Family Child Care Provider
Are you interested in having your own business within the flexibility of your own home? JBLE Eustis Family Child Care (FCC) is currently recruiting individuals to provide child care in their home for the following: Infants (2 weeks – 24 months), all ages (2 weeks – 12 y/o) for swing shift, night shift, weekend care, Expanded Child Care (ECC) and children with
JBLE Eustis Family Child Care (FCC) is currently recruiting individuals to provide child care in their homes for the following:
- Infants (2 weeks – 12 years old)
- Background investigation checks will be conducted on all household members ages 12 and up
- Care available for swing shift, night shift, weekend care, Expanded Child Care (ECC), and children with special needs
All training and start-up materials are provided by the FCC Office.
Advantages of Becoming a Certified FCC Provider
|manage your own business||set your own hours|
|resource center (check out items free of charge)||transferrable career|
|free training||professional development|
|USDA/CACEP food program||subsidy program|
How to Become a Child Care Provider
First, you must complete a simple application and attend an orientation class. Orientation classes are offered each quarter. Training in CPR, First Aid, child guidance, health, and nutrition will be provided. Background investigation checks will be conducted on applicants and family members in the home ages 12 and up OR Background investigation checks will be conducted on all household members ages 12 and up. Applicants must obtain liability insurance. Home inspections are performed by the base fire department, safety office, military public health, and family child care office. The final step is for the family child care panel to offer their recommendation to the Mission Support Group Commander for approval or disapproval for certification.
Air Force Instruction 34-144 FCC Programs prohibits the use of privatized or base quarters for child care unless certified by the Mission Support Group Commander. Additionally, unauthorized childcare providers are not permitted to advertise in base publications or post advertisements on-base bulletin boards. Certified FCC homes can be identified by the FCC logo displayed in the window or on the front door. For more information, contact the FCC office at 757-878-5584.
Unauthorized Family Child Care
Operating a Family Child Care Home is a privilege granted by the Mission Support Group Commander. All individuals providing childcare in their home for more than 10 hours per week must be certified. If you suspect someone of providing unauthorized Family Child Care home call 757-878-5584 or E-mail Romona.email@example.com.
We encourage parent involvement in the program. There is a Parent Involvement/Advisory Board established to strengthen the partnership between home and the program. The Parent Involvement/Advisory Board meets at 1200 on the 1st Wednesday of each month at the Madison Child Development Center, BLDG 926.
- Military Family Life Consultants (757) 951-7938
- Child Care Aware 1-800- 424-2246
- The Planning Council 1-800- 650-2126
- Dept. of Social Services 1-800- 543-7545