The RAF Mildenhall Child Development Center’s (CDC) mission is to assist Department of Defense (DoD) military and civilian personnel in balancing the competing demands of the accomplishment of the DoD mission and family life by managing and delivering a system of quality, available and affordable programs and services for eligible children birth through 5 years of age. The CDC provides care for up to 230 children ages 6 weeks to 5 years of age.
We provide child care options to meet many different needs.
These services include:
At the CDC, our clients keep us going. If you would like to join the team check out the links below.
The RAF Mildenhall Child Care Center is currently recruiting new providers. Prospective providers are trained, screened, and approved by applicable agencies. All orientation trainings are free and are held in the Child Care Office. Anyone who is interested in becoming a licensed Child Care Provider please apply on USAJOBS.com
Flexible/Full time hours
Coordinate and conducts activities for program participants
Promotes safe and healthy practices
Maintains professional attitude with children, parents, and staff
Inventories equipment/supplies for daily use
Develops social and physical skills for children
Child care services are offered to eligible patrons at RAF Mildenhall for full-time (weekly) care, before-and-after-school care, and hourly care. All services except hourly care and special openings require a completed application and time on a placement list. Specific procedures for the Resource and Referral Program can be found in SVYC Operating Instruction 34-4.
Offered for children ages 6 months to 5 years of age at the CDC located on Mildenhall. Hourly care meets the needs of customers who need care on an irregular basis such as short term care for a doctor appointment, to work out or to volunteer in the community, on a space available basis. The requirements reguarding eligibility, registration and immunization's are the same as those required for full-day care.
Parents are always welcome to visit and assist with their child's care to the extent that their duty permits.
The parent Advisory Board/involvement is a committee of all the CDC programs in conjunction with other CYP’s. The DAB acts only in an advisory capacity, providing recommendations for improving services. The Chairperson of the DAB is a parent.
The Parent Advisory Committee selects a chairperson. Each chairperson attends the Program Parent Advisory Board meeting. The Parent Advisory Board meets with the Airman and Family Readiness Center Flight Chief and Center Directors at least quarterly and with the Mission Support Group Commander at least annually. The minutes of the parent advisory meetings are forwarded to the Mission Support Group Commander for review.
If you are interested in attending your center's parent advisory committee, please see your center's director for more information.
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