The Child Development Center at Spangdahlem Air Base is available to DoD military and civilian personnel with children ages 6 weeks to 5 years old. The center is accredited by the National Association for the Education of Youth Children and follows the standards set by the Air Force Services Agency.
The center provides a safe, nurturing environment that promotes the social, cognitive, language and physical development of young children. Our goal is to support each child's needs and abilities, while challenging them to reach their individual potential.
We offer full time and hourly services as well as a monthly 'Give Parents a Break' program, which allows parents to enjoy an evening out with their spouses.
Let the CDC staff enhance the educational development of your child in a developmentally-appropriate atmosphere!
The CDC has immediate drop-in care availability for children ages 3-5.
Cost is $5/hour. Please call for more information.
Based on availability | $5 per hour
Must call the day of after 9am to see if space is available!
MilitaryChildCare.com (MCC) is a Department of Defense website for military families seeking child care. This site will allow families to search for and request care from a wide range of military operated and military subsidized child care options across all services to include Child Development Centers, School Age Programs, and Family Child Care Homes.
The Air Force Aid Society (AFAS) recognizes that Air Force families are subject to unique stresses due to the nature of military life—deployments, remote tours of duty, extended working hours, etc.
Families are often separated from spouses as well as from extended family member who might otherwise offer support. In an effort to help these families, the AFAS, in cooperation with Air Force child care community, has agreed to provide funding for child care for Active Duty Air Force families under a program called “Give Parent a Break” (GPAB).
The purpose of this program is to offer eligible active duty Air Force parents a few hours break from the stresses of parenting. Families may use this time to suit their personal needs.
Active duty Air Force families where a parent is feeling stress due to unique circumstances such as: