Child Development Center
Santa Rosa Boulevard
Bldg 1625
Yigo, Guam 96543

Phone 671-366-1601/2/3/4 / 671-366-1602
Phone (DSN) 315-366-1601
Fax 671-366-3158
Fax (DSN) 315-366-3158

Mon – Fri 6:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Sat & Sun – closed
Holidays and PACAF Family Days – closed

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Child Care

Child Development Services

Congratulations on your assignment to Andersen Air Force Base, Guam. If you have young children, there is some important information you will need to know concerning child care on Andersen.

Child Development Center (CDC)

The Child Development Center is located in Building 1625 Santa Rosa Blvd and can be reached at 671-366-1601-4. Fax 671-366-3158. The Child Development Center is fully accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC). Hours of operation are from 6:00 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Mon-Fri. Closed on Sundays and federal holidays.

Programs Offered 

The CDC offers full-day care for children six weeks through kindergarten; part-day enrichment for children three through 5 years old and hourly care for all ages on a space available basis.

Childcare for Permanent Chance of Station (PCS) is an Air Force Aid childcare program and is available for certain incoming and outgoing families. Contact the Airman and Family Readiness Center at 671-366-8136 for more information.

Registration 

You will need to bring a current shot record to register your child(ren) in our programs. In addition, your current LES for you and your spouse (a copy will do) and/or a statement concerning other income you may have, is needed to enroll in our program.

You may have your child(ren) placed on the waiting list prior to your arrival by having your sponsor drop by the center and complete a DD Form 2606. You will also need a copy of orders and the birth date of each child. You may also sign up by faxing a completed DD Form 2606, which is available at your current base's Child Development Program with a copy of your orders to us.

Costs -- Fees and charges are based on total family income.

Availability -- Spaces at the CDC are limited and certain age groups may have a waiting list.

Waiting List -- Waiting periods vary from 2 weeks to a month depending on availability of slots.  

Respite Care -- Also known as "Give Parents a Break" is offered every 3rd Sat of the month from 6:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m. Must have a referral from 1stSgt, Cdr or AFRC. A minimum of 8 families must be signed up for the program. Call the CDC for more information. Respite Care is a referral-based program funded by the Air Force Aid Society. The program is available upon referral by a medical or authorized agency.

School Age Program (SAP)

A Before/After School program for children who attend school, is offered by the School Age Program (SAP). It is co-located in Bldg 1625 Santa Rosa Blvd, 671-366-7500/366-3490 fax 671-366-3158. Hours of operation Mon- Fri 6:00 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Closed on Sundays and federal holidays. SAP is fully accredited by the Counsel of Accreditation (COA).

Programs Offered

Before and After School Care for children ages 6-12 years of age. Hours of operations are from 6:00 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Mon-Fri.

Full day programs are available during summer and school break and non-school days/teacher's in service days. This program is affiliated with Boys and Girls Clubs of American and 4-H programs.

Availability -- Spaces are limited and there may be a waiting list.

Registration

You will need to bring a current shot record to register your child (ran) in our programs. In addition, your current LES for you and your spouse (a copy will do) and/or a statement concerning other income you may have, is needed to enroll in our program.

You may have your child(ren) placed on the waiting list prior to your arrival by having your sponsor drop by the center and complete a DD Form 2606. You will also need a copy of orders and the birth date of each child. You may also sign up by faxing a completed DD Form 2606, which is available at your current base's Child Development Program with a copy of your orders to us.

Costs -- Fees and charges are base based on total family income.

Availability -- Spaces at the CDC are limited and certain age groups may have a waiting list.

Waiting List -- Waiting periods vary from 2 weeks to a month depending on availability of slots.

Respite Care -- Also known as "Give Parents a Break" is offered every 3rd Sat of the month from 6:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m. must have a referral from 1stSgt, Cdr or AFRC. A minimum of 8 families must be signed up for the program. Call the CDC for more information. Respite Care is a referral-based program funded by the Air Force Aid Society. The program is available upon referral by a medical or authorized agency.
 

Family Child Care (FCC)

An alternative to the Center-based Program is Family Child Care (FCC). Providers in this program are trained and licensed under the guidance of our Family Child Care Coordinator. Care is available for infants 6 weeks old to school age children. A current listing of licensed FDC homes is available at FCC homes and is always obtainable at the CDC, Youth Center (YC) and the Family Support Center.

Family Child Care Providers are available on Andersen AFB. Hours of care are dependent on who is providing the care. The Airman & Family Readiness Center has a list of Family Child Care Providers. For further assistance, please call the FCC Coordinator at 671-969-6012 or 671-797-6174.

Parent Advisory Board

The Parent Advisory Board meets quarterly. Be sure to join in!


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