||Operation Military Child Care (OMCC) – a program of local state LICENSED child care for deployed parents.
||Military Child Care in Your Neighborhood (MCCYN) – a program of local ACCREDITTED providers for child care when on post child care is not accessible for geographically dispersed Families.
The intent of OMCC and MCCYN programs is to help meet the needs of eligible geographically dispersed Families who cannot access Army operated or Army affiliated Programs. These Community Based child care spaces are available in 50 states and may include full time, part-time, before & after school, respite care, as well as weekend and evening duty hours care.
||Army Child Care in Your Neighborhood (ACCYN)
||Army School Age Program in Your Neighborhood (ASPYN)
ACCYN and ASPYN programs identify, develop and sustain Army affiliated, community based programs, comparable in quality and affordability to those on post and also provide fee assistance to buy down the cost. These enduring Army subsidized child spaces are in communities surrounding highly impacted Installations by Army transformation with oversight and technical assistance to achieve national accreditation. Community Based Fee Assistance Programs, like ACCYN and ASPYN, supplement, but do not replace Army operated on-post child care and school age programs.