Community Child Care (CCC) programs consist of in-home care provided by licensed and affiliated providers whose goal it is to nurture the child through care, understanding, love, and affection. CCC homes provide a relaxed atmosphere where a child can develop to his/her full potential. Providers encourage children to grow intellectually, physically, socially, and emotionally through a daily routine of play and recreation.
As the Community Child Care Coordinator, Kimberly Grant assists families with finding quality, licensed child care providers for infants through school-age children on and off base.
Her focus is helping families meet mission requirements by developing relationships with providers, advocating for military families, and maintaining a bank of resources and services for installation personnel who require child care. Ms. Grant is also the POC for liaising with the Family Guidance Center and Child Care Aware of America.
The Maxwell AFB Community Child Care Office is currently recruiting new providers. Prospective providers are trained, screened, and approved by applicable agencies. The Community Child Care Panel meets to approve or disapprove applicants. All orientation trainings are free and are held in the Community Child Care Office. Anyone who is interested in becoming a licensed Community Child Care Provider should call the Community Child Care Office at (334)-416-2220.
Be a spouse of an active duty, retired military member or DOD civilian living on or off base
Be at least 18 years of age
Have the ability to read, speak, and write English
Be physically and mentally capable of providing care
Be willing and able to complete the required training and agree to the requirements of becoming an CCC provider
Be able to obtain the required insurance coverage
Participate in a home interview with your family members
Provide a copy of high school diploma or GED
A way to add to your family's income without having to work outside the home and be in charge of your own business
Pro-licensing and monthly training sessions
Enables you stay at home and provide playmates and companionship for your own children
Assistance with preparing curriculum and developmentally appropriate activities
Assistance in earning a Child Development Associate credential (CDA) and accreditation through the National Association for Family Child Care (NAFCC)
Provide access to lending library with items like: art supplies, books, games, toys, safety gates, nap mats, and much more
206 S. Butler Avenue
AL 36115, Bldg. 847
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