Child Care Aware of America (formerly known as NACCRRA), a non-profit organization and a leading voice for childcare. The U.S. Department of Defense tasked Child Care Aware with helping military families locate affordable, high-quality childcare when on base care at the Child Development Center (CDC) does not have space.
In most cases military families can benefit from financial assistance paying for childcare. Programs include Operation: Military Child Care (OMCC) and Military Child Care in Your Neighborhood (MCCYN). Learn more below or by visiting www.naccrra.org/militaryprograms. Contact Child Care Aware to see if your family is eligible.
OMCC is a Department of Defense (DoD) initiative to support the childcare needs of Military Parents who are activated/deployed. OMCC helps eligible families locate childcare options in local communities. In addition, OMCC reduces childcare fees for eligible families who are already using licensed or legally-operating community childcare programs and providers.Learn more about OMCC.
MCCYN is a Department of Defense (DoD) program designed to meet the childcare needs of Active Duty Service Members living in areas where on-base military childcare is not available. Learn more about MCCYN.
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