Child and Youth Services

907-353-7713/7826 | 3414 Rhineland Ave., Fort Wainwright, Alaska
907-873-4593 | Bldg. 847, Fort Greely, Alaska
Monday – Friday / 8 a.m. – 5 p.m., closed federal holidays.
One stop registration for all CYS patrons, full day and part-day preschool waiting lists for on-post care; vacancies filled as they occur, referral list for off-post childcare, providers and babysitters; referral list for teenage babysitters 13 – 18 years of age who are certified in CPR and first aid, and Parent Education Services.
Proof of age, current immunization record for children from birth to 5th grade, current sports physical (within last year) for enrollment in sports, health assessment for Child and Youth Services and School Age Service programs (required 30 days after registration), medical documentation and/or Individual Education Plan or evaluations.

Child Development Center I
907-361-4190 | 4024 600th St., Fort Wainwright, Alaska
907-873-4593 | Bldg. 847, Fort Greely, Alaska
Monday – Friday 6 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Child Development Center II
907-361-9056 | 4176 Neely Road, Fort Wainwright, Alaska
Monday – Friday 6 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Child care provisions can be made for children from 6-weeks old to 12-years of age for full day, part day, hourly, extended, long term and special needs care. It is our belief that a high-quality early childhood program enhances the physical, social, emotional, cognitive and language development of young children while responding to their individual needs.

907-353-7595 | Bldg. 1045 Gaffney Road, Fort Wainwright, Alaska
Available for children 6-weeks through 12-years old. Smaller environment with a maximum of six children, more intimate surroundings where providers really get to know your child on a personal basis fostering your child’s home away from home, FCC homes have activity centers, such as dramatic play area, arts, manipulative games, blocks and reading areas. Providers have a daily lesson plan that parents can view to keep up with their child’s learning opportunities through the week. Nationally accredited and state certified, providers and homes meet the same Department of the Army regulatory requirements including monthly inspection by fire, safety, USDA food program and health programs. Extended care hours for early mornings, evenings, over nights, weekends and long-term care options are available as well as before and after school. Some FCC providers are even available on holidays.

907-353-1043 | Fort Wainwright, Alaska
Transition Support; partnership in education; installation/school communications; home school linkages; post-secondary prep opportunities.

907-361-7394 | 4166 Neely Road, Fort Wainwright, Alaska
Monday – Friday 6 a.m. – 6 p.m.
School Age Services offers care before and after school with options for before school only or after school only. Each of these options entitles program participants to full day care services during out of school periods, excluding federal holidays, during the school year. Additionally, separate SAS camps are operated during Christmas and Spring Breaks for those patrons who normally do not require daily before and after school care. During the summer months, SAS operates a full day camp option, in 10, one-week sessions and eight, one-week half-day sessions.

907-361-5437 | 4109 Neely Road, Fort Wainwright, Alaska
School Days: Monday – Friday 2 – 8 p.m.
Saturday 1 – 10 p.m.