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Please be advised that scheduled programs, activities, and events may be affected throughout the month. Command and Family and MWR are committed to protecting our customers and employees and will take precautionary measures to promote a healthy community. Dates, locations, and times for MWR Programs, services, and activities are subject to change. We will be posting updates on our DFMWR COVID-19 Updates Page. Thank you for your understanding.

How can I become a certified FCC Provider?

To become a certified FCC provider, you must complete a local background check; agree to have inspections conducted by the Fire, Safety and Preventive Medicine Offices; as well as attend a minimum of 38 hours of training.  The training includes child abuse identification and prevention, first aid and Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) training.

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1.    Complete FCC Application (DA Form 5219).  Submit application to the local FCC office for processing.

2.    Family Interview-conducted in the home of the applicant.  All family members should be present for the interview.

3.    Background checks-Investigations are completed on the applicant, military sponsor, and children or any bono fide resident in the home 12 years of age and older.

4.    Orientation Training- Minimum one week.

5.    Home Inspections- Fire, Safety, Health and Sanitation proponents.

6.    Provisional Certification!  Open for Business!

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  • The Fort Greely FCC Home is CLOSED until further notice. For program information, contact us at +1(907)873-4599. Check the Family and MWR COVID-19 Updates web page for the most recent information.
  • Hours:
    Monday
    Closed
    Tuesday
    Closed
    Wednesday
    Closed
    Thursday
    Closed
    Friday
    Closed
    Saturday
    Closed
    Sunday
    Closed
    Federal Holidays
    Closed
    Training Days
    Closed

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