Child and Youth Programs
Child and Youth Programs provides part-day and full-day child care, and education for children six weeks through twelve years of age. Vacancies are filled by Resource and Referral from the MilitaryChildCare.com waiting list which varies in length by age and program. Families must register on MilitaryChildCare.com waitlist for placement. For additional information on all programs, contact Resource and Referral at 257-7430. See the information for Full-time, School Age Care and Camp Fees here. We participate in the USDA Child Care Food Program. See this PDF for program information.
Families have access to the following programs:
- Full-time/Part-time childcare for ages 6 weeks to 12 years
- Hourly Care
- Family Child Care
- School Age Care
- Youth Activities Day Camps
- Youth Activities Classes
Families must register their child or children on the MilitaryChildCare.com to get on the waitlist for the full day or part day program at the Child Development Center, School Age Care, Youth Activities Camp. The Resource & Referral Office will contact the family when there is an opening for their child or children. Families will come to the Resource and Referral Office to complete the CYP Membership, CYP Registration Packet and submit supporting documents.
- CDC-shots, Flu shot
- TB test or clearance (children 1 year old+)
- SAC/Camp Flu shot
Now Hiring Childcare Providers
We are actively seeking Child Care Providers for our Child Development Centers. This is your opportunity to support the social, emotional, physical and intellectual development of children ages 6 weeks to 12 years. See this Childcare Provider PDF for additional information.
We are also hiring Family Childcare (FCC) Providers. As a Certified Family Childcare Provider you can work from your military quarters with children. See this FCC Provider PDF for more information.
Military OneSource is provided by the Department of Defense for free to active-duty, National Guard and reserve service members (regardless of activation status), their families and survivors. It is a virtual extension of installation services. Visit Military OneSource today or call 800-342-9647.
MilitaryChildCare.com (DoD Global Request for care)
Using MilitaryChildCare.com , you can find comprehensive information on child care programs worldwide, conduct a customized search for the care you need, and submit a request for care at any time and from any location. Click on this MCC brochure for the four steps!
The Child Development Centers and the School Age Care Program on Marine Corps Base Hawaii has an extensive waitlist. Due to the high demand of child care, CYP recommends that families submit a request for care on the Military Child Care Waitlist prior to relocating to MCBH.
Child Care Aware
Marine Corps Child Care Fee Assistance was created to provide authorized Active Duty personnel assistance in locating, selecting, and offsetting the cost of civilian child care when on-base child care is not available, or a viable option for the service member and their family. The programs available through Child Care Aware® of America provide subsidies for eligible military dependents enrolled in quality commercial child care programs throughout the United States. Child Care Aware® of America authorizes subsidy amounts based on total family income for those eligible Marine Corps families, and supplies monthly payments directly to the prospective child care provider.
In-Home Child Care Fee Assistance Pilot Program
The Department of Defense is committed to ensuring service members and their families have access to the child care they need to be mission ready. To help with expanding child care needs, the DoD is starting a pilot program to offer fee assistance to military families who utilize in-home child care providers such as nannies. The fee assistance pilot program will cover full-time care for a minimum of 30 hours to a maximum of 60 hours of child care weekly.
For more information on programs for the Army, Navy and Air Force please refer to the Child Care Aware website.