Childcare

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Children's Care Centers
(915) 533-7475
Provides a healthy, safe learning environment for the children while their parents are seeking employment, going to school, training, or working.

YWCA EL PASO DEL NORTE REGION - MILITARY SUPPORT

Funded by the U.S. Army, Army Child Care in Your Neighborhood (ACCYN) seeks to ensure that military families arriving in our community have access to high quality, affordable childcare. Military families who enroll in the network receive military subsidies to cover part of their childcare costs.

ACCYN provides fee assistance to military and Department of Defense (DoD) civilian patrons living off post. ACCYN is a collaborative effort among the United States Army, the YWCA, and the Child Care Aware of America.

The ACCYN grant has established a network of homes and center-based facilities that offer high quality care and are nationally certified. ACCYN has partnered with the YWCA to ensure that Army families are secure in knowing their children are safe and in the care of well-trained professionals. Early Learning Centers operate from 5:30am to 6:30pm, Monday-Friday for children ages 0-5 years old.


For more information please call (915) 838-3581.

Military Child Care in Your Neighborhood (MCCYN)

MCCYN is a collaboration among the DoD and CCAoA. The DoD supports military families with the cost of high-quality child care outside military installations by offering qualifying families fee assistance so that child care costs will be comparable to the fees paid in on-post child care. This program is available to active duty service members, activated national guard and reserve members and DoD employees. Read more information Military Child Care in Your Neighborhood.

http://usa.childcareaware.org

Operation: Military Child Care (OMCC)

OMCC is a collaboration among DoD and CCAoA. The DoD supports military families of deployed service members with the cost of licensed child care outside military installations by offering qualifying families fee assistance so that child care costs will be comparable to the fees paid in on-post child care. This program is available to active duty service members and activated national guard and reserve members. 

http://usa.childcareaware.org

Child Care Assistance For Families of Severely Injured Military Members

CCAoA and the DoD have partnered to provide families of severely injured military members with assistance to find and pay for safe, licensed child care services for a period of six months during their recuperation. The program is available nationwide wherever the injured member is receiving either in-patient or out-patient medical care. This will allow the spouse to be at bedside or to help with outpatient medical appointments. The DoD supports military families of injured service members with the cost of licensed child care outside military installations by offering qualifying families fee assistance so that child care costs will be comparable to the fees paid in on-post child care.

http://www.ywcaelpaso.org/site/c.ctJOL5NTJrL8H/b.9208787/k.63F6/Army_Child_Care_in_Your_Neighborhood.htm