MCCS Family Care Programs are dedicated to providing positive experiences for our children through a variety of exciting learning activities and nurturing relationships. We provide quality care for children of military and civilian families. Our focus is on the needs of families in order to provide maximum access to quality, affordable, and flexible programs. Child, Youth, and Teens ages 6 weeks to 18 years old shall be served in integrated, balanced, and quality programs that support the continuum of the Marine family, on and off the installation.
Our philosophy is based on respect for all people, especially children. We strive to create an environment where we recognize the uniqueness of each individual and value each persons’ gift of life. We are committed to providing quality programs where children, and teens feel safe and loved. We promote programs that meet the needs of the total individual – socially, emotionally, physically, and intellectually. We want to instill in each child, you the parent and teen a feeling of competence, autonomy and positive self-concept.
Early childhood programs accredited by NAEYC have voluntarily undergone a comprehensive process of internal self-study and improvement. Each NAEYC-accreditation program must meet all 10 of the NAEYC Early Childhood Program Standards.
NAEYC Accreditation is valid for five years. During that period, programs make annual reports documenting that they maintain compliance with the program standards. All NAEYC-accreditation programs are also subject to unannounced visits by NAEYC assessors.
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 locations. Follow these four steps!
1. Create an account. Go to MiliaryChildCare.com to create an account containing informaiton about your family, or to login using an existing username and password.
2. Search and request care. Search the system for the child care options that best fit your needs and submit your requests for care.
3. Manage my requests. You can manage your requests for care form anywhere in the world.
4. Update my profile. Keep your My Profile page up-to-date with important information.
The Council on Accreditation (COA) is an international, independent, not-for-profit, child and family service and behavioral healthcare accrediting organization. COA accreditation is an objective and reliable verification that organizations and programs qualify for the confidence and support of their stakeholders. COA’s set of standards are based on generally accepted elements of best practice, outcomes-oriented, effective in advancing quality, and responsive to the unique needs and diversity of these type of programs.
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