Parent Central Services

Children and Youth must be registered with CYS before they can participate in any CYS program or activity. Parent Central Services (PCS) is the one-stop shop to complete that registration process. Walk-in or appointment based service is available with appointments being highly encouraged. Each registration takes anywhere from 30 – 45 minutes. Once your registration is complete, you can enroll in programs like: Child Development Centers (CDC), Family Child Care (FCC), School Age Care (SAC), Camps, SKIES Unlimited and Youth Sports

In & Out Processing

Provides information to Military members and their Families who are new to the installation. Provides assistance to those Families with school age children when moving to a new location

Parent Liaison Services

Coordinates parent educational opportunities via workshops, materials and links to websites concerning parents and children.

Resources & Referrals

Provides assistance to patrons who need information on off-post child care, and child care availability at other military installations.

Volunteer Services

Provides a centralized point of contact for volunteers within the Child and Youth Program. Recruitment, management, training, and referrals are done through the Outreach Services office.

Babysitting Referral List

Maintains a referral list for parents interested in this child care option

Outreach Care & Supervision

Provides Kids on Site, Parents on Site, and other outreach and supervision functions outside the CYS facility based care

Kid On Site

Offers on-site child care supervision for special group functions in approved sites

VCCUS

Provides a centralized point of contact for volunteers within the Child and Youth Program. Offers training for unit volunteers to provide child care in a group or home setting, enabling units or other groups to hold meetings and/or functions

Required Documents

Child Development Center

Immunization Records to include the Flu vaccine

Pay Statements (most recent LES and/or pay stub)

Birth Certificate, , Military ID or Passport

Current Insurance Card

Social Security Number (Spouse or Sponsor)

Youth Programs

Immunization Records to include Flu Vaccine

Birth Certificate, Military ID or Passport

Social Security Number (Spouse or Sponsor)

Current Insurance Card

Youth Sports

Immunization Records

Birth Certificate, Military ID or Passport

Social Security Number (Spouse or Sponsor)

Insurance Card

SKIES Unlimited

Immunization Records

Birth Certificate, Military ID or Passport

Social Security Number (Spouse or Sponsor)

Current Insurance Card

School Age Care

Immunization Records to include the Flu vaccine

Pay Statements (most recent LES and/or pay stub)

Birth Certificate, Military ID or Passport

Social Security Number (Spouse or Sponsor)

Insurance Card

Family Child Care

Immunization Records

Pay Statement (most recent LES/pay stub)

Brith Certificate, Military ID or Passport

Social Security Number (spouse or Sponsor)

Insurance Card

Children With Special Needs

Individual Education Plan for Children

Insurance Card

Special Needs Declaration. If your child has a special need (i.e. asthma, learning disability, allergy, ADHD, etc) a screening by the Special Needs Accommodation Process Team will be required before starting

How to get on the waiting list?

Visit www.militarychildcare.com

Once you complete your request, you will receive an email confirmation. When a space becomes available, you will receive an email from Military Child Care inviting you to accept the space. Once accepted, Parent Central will send you instructions on how to proceed with the registration process

Volunteer Information

Monday
7:30 am – 4:30 pm
Tuesday
7:30 am – 4:30 pm
Wednesday
7:30 am – 4:30 pm
Thursday
7:30 am – 4:30 pm
Friday
7:30 am – 4:30 pm
Saturday
Closed
Sunday
Closed

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