Current as of April 6, 2020
Meeting challenges is normal part of MilLife, but with so much changing daily as a result of the Coronavirus 2019 pandemic, sometimes it’s hard to know which problem to tackle first. If child care issues are on top of your list right now, Military OneSource is here to help you find the answers you need.
Because the impact of COVID-19 is unique and specific to each location, the best place to start if you have questions about child care centers or programs is to contact your local installation. Local commanders have the authority to respond to conditions in their area by implementing safety precautions they deem necessary to effectively carry out their respective missions, protect their forces, and meet the critical needs of their people and families. Every person’s situation is unique, but everyone can get support for their questions three ways: go through contacts at your installation, call Military OneSource or review information here.
Child care questions and answers related to COVID-19:
If you have general questions about child care programs, the Department of Defense offers a variety of options including installation child development centers, school-age care programs, and family child care homes. There are also programs available for children with special needs. Information about military child care fee assistance can be found at Child Care Aware.
Stay up to date on all the latest information on COVID-19. For Department of Defense updates for the military community regarding the virus that causes COVID-19, view the following sites: