Child Development Homes (CDH) are an alternative to center based care. They offer small group sizes, home like atmosphere and flexible hours of operation. They also offer 24/7 home, night care and extended hours for shift workers or any emergency care, and week-end care. The Child Development Home Program offers subsidy program to the qualified active military and DOD civilians whose children are enrolled in the installation CDH program.
On or off-base, military or civilians, providers have the opportunity to work in their own home and watch their children grow and develop while, at the same time, caring for children of military or civilian families and earning an additional income. Some of the many benefits of being a CDH provider are: Independent work environment, flexibility, income, lending library, transferable, education and training.
CDH Program is in need of providers that are willing to open their homes to provide quality care to the children we have on the waiting list.
Command certification is required to become a Navy CDH provider. For more information on Child Development Home Program, please call the CDH office at 961-1166.