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Army

Army Regulation (AR) 215-1, "Morale, Welfare, and Recreation Activities and Non-appropriated Fund Instrumentalities," September 24, 2010 This Regulation establishes policy, prescribes procedures, and assigns responsibilities for Army Morale, Welfare, and Recreation activities and non-appropriated fund instrumentalities. The Regulation specifically addresses the provision of Child Development Services (paragraphs 8-11) and Youth Services (paragraphs 8-25).

AR 600-20, "Army Command Policy," March 18, 2008, certified as current April 27, 2010 This Regulation prescribes the policy and responsibility of command to include the well-being of the force. Chapter 5-5 addresses Army policy on Family Care Plans.

AR 608-10, "Child Development Services," July 15, 1997 This Regulation implements DoD Instruction 6060.2 and prescribes policy and procedures for establishing and operating Army Child Development Services through the Child Development Centers (CDCs), Family Child Care (FCC) Homes, and Supplemental Programs and Services (referral services for alternative child care delivery systems).

AR 608-18, "The Army Family Advocacy Program," October 30, 2007 This Regulation contains the policies for handling domestic abuse and child abuse within the Army.

DA Form 5305,"Family Care Plan," June 2010 This is the form for Army personnel to complete regarding the Family Care Plan.

Marine Corps

Marine Corps Order (MCO) P1710.30E, "Marine Corps Children, Youth, and Teen Programs," June 24, 2004 This Order provides policies and standards for the operation of Marine Corps Children, Youth, and Teen programs.

CO 1740.13B, "Family Care Plans," March 26, 2012 This Order publishes policy and establishes procedures for Family Care Plans of Marines and emergency-essential (EE) civilian personnel who are single parents; dual military couples with dependents; Marines who otherwise bear sole responsibility for the care of children under the age of nineteen; or Marines with family members who are unable to care for themselves in the Marine's absence.

Secretary of the Navy Instruction (SECNAVINST) 1752.3B, "Family Advocacy Program," November 10, 2005 This Instruction assigns responsibilities for the Navy and Marine Corps FAPs.

Navy

Office of the Chief of Naval Operations Instruction (OPNAVINST) 1700.9E, "Child Development Programs," July 10, 2008 This Instruction establishes policy and minimum operating standards as well as provides guidance for the operation of all Child Development Programs on Naval installations.

OPNAVINST 1740.4D, "U.S. Navy Family Care Policy," October 27, 2009 This Instruction assists service members in developing a Family Care Plan and establishes procedural requirements for the Family Care Plan.

Navy Personnel (NAVPERS) 1740/6, "Department of the Navy Family Care Plan Certificate," February 2011. This is the form for Navy personnel to complete regarding the Family Care Plan.

OPNAVINST1752.2B, "Family Advocacy Program," April 25, 2008 This Instruction implements the policies set forth in SECNAVINST 1752.3B and in DODD 6400.1.

Secretary of the Navy Instruction (SECNAVINST) 1752.3B, "Family Advocacy Program," November 10, 2005 This Instruction assigns responsibilities for the Navy and Marine Corps FAPs.

Air Force

Air Force Instruction (AFI) 34-248, "Child Development Centers," March 21, 2013 This Instruction provides detailed policy and procedures for the establishment and operation of Air Force CDCs.

Air Force Instruction (AFI) 34-249, "Youth Services," June 1, 2000 This Instruction provides detailed policy and procedures for the establishment and operation of Air Force Youth Services programs.

Air Force Manual (AFMAN) 34-251, "Air Force School-Age Programs," March 1, 1998 This Manual provides guidance for planning and implementing the school-age programs.

AFI 34-276, "Family Child Care Programs," April 28, 2009 This Instruction provides detailed policy and procedures for the establishment and operation of Air Force family child care programs.

AFMAN 34-804, "Air Force Youth Sports Program," May 1, 1996 This Manual provides guidance for planning and implementing organized individual and team sports activities on Air Force installations.

AFI 36-2908, "Family Care Plans," October 1, 2000, certified as current August 18, 2010 This Instruction establishes responsibilities and outlines procedures for Family Care Plans.

AFPD 40-3, "Family Advocacy Program," March 28, 2013 This Directive establishes the framework for Air Force FAP.

AFI 40-301, "Family Advocacy," November 30, 2009 This Directive describes the responsibilities of FAP agencies and staff and other Air Force personnel who are instrumental to the implementation and operation of Air Force FAP.

Coast Guard

Commandant Publication (COMDTPUB) P1754.8, "Child Development Center Management Handbook (NOTAL)," January 18, 1990 This publication provides the responsibilities of management personnel involved with the operation of United States Coast Guard CDCs.


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