- Welcome to CYS
Child and Youth Services (CYS) provides programs and services for children of eligible military and civilian families. Within CYS you will find something to meet your children’s needs, including:
- Full, part time or hourly child care
- Before/after school care
- Programs for your middle school and teen youth
- Instructional classes
- Workforce preparation opportunities
- Sports and fitness activities
Today’s CYS programs, deemed a "model for the nation" by Presidential acclaim, continue to operate on these cornerstones:
- Quality – Child care is DoD-certified and nationally accredited
- Availability – Child care is available on- and off-post
- Affordability – Fees for various programs are competitively priced and affordable regardless of sponsor's income
- Accountability - To safeguard the Army's resources by efficient management oversight, good fiscal stewardship, reducing waste and protecting assets of programs and services to Soldiers and their Families.
Our online Family and MWR Programs Webtrac system is convenience at your fingertips. Check out our event calendar, browse activities, make payments online, register for youth sports/field trips/classes, reserve hourly care (if slots available), pre-register if you are new to Child & Youth Services (CYS). You can download forms for registration to include special needs forms (allergies, asthma, diabetic, special diet).
NEW Features: update your email address, document upload to your household (sports physicals, shot records, doctor’s note), reprint a receipt, print your child care tax statement, print calendar of events your household is registered to attend.
Please note: Your child must have an ACTIVE pass to register for activities online. Please call Parent Central Services if you have any additional concerns or issues.
Detroit Arsenal 586-282-9122 or Bryant on Selfridge ANGB 586-239-5595
Military Child Care (MCC) is a Department of Defense (DoD) website for military families seeking child care. This single online gateway provides comprehensive information on military-operated or military-subsidized child care programs worldwide and simplifies the child care search and request process. Please visit militarychildcare.com today to create your account or update requests.
- Covid-19 At-Home Teaching Parents Resources
At-Home Learning Resources for the COVID-19 Outbreak
Looking for helpful and practical strategies to ensure children maintain a focus on learning during COVID-19 school closures? We here at the CYS have you covered. Our helpful resources listed provide Tips for Schooling At Home along with daily lessons and activities to keep you and your kids focused, productive, and positive in this unprecedented scenario.
Every working parent has time management challenges. Most of us have systems that we rely on to manage our family and work responsibilities. One of those systems is our schools.
As we all know schools have closed their doors due to COVID-19. Many parents are working remotely, and many of us are wondering how to structure our days. We here at the CYS can hopefully ease some of the stress by collecting adequate learning tools, to help keep your children actively learning.
CDC Program Resources
We Have Partnered with Tutor.com
Helpful information from Tutor.com
Here is our list of online resources:
1. THRIVE: https://thrive.psu.edu/
Thrive is a continuum of developmentally appropriate parenting programs that are available at no cost to parents and caregivers of children from birth to 18 years old (attached).
2. FOCUS: https://focusproject.org/covid19 FOCUS was adapted for military families by a team from UCLA and Harvard Medical School. Since 2008, the FOCUS Program has provided state of the art family resilience services to military families, children and couples.
3. Healthy Children.org: https://www.healthychildren.org/English/Pages/default.aspx
4. American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) Council on Disaster Preparedness and Recovery Executive Committee:
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) Council on Disaster Preparedness and Recover Executive Committee "Talking To and Supporting Children During a Pandemic" provides family members and child care providers with helpful tools to answer questions from children and youth regarding COVI-19.
5. Teaching Strategies: https://teachingstrategies.com/ Ready Rosie, a healthy at home toolkit provides a weekly plan of resources for infants through kindergarten age children. They are interactive and focus on language, literacy, and physical development. Teaching Strategies has provided video resources for the parents to observe the activity in advance for modeling and preparation.
6. Lakeshore: https://www.lakeshorelearning.com/resources/free-resources?ref=hpS2
The resources begin at Preschool and up through school age and are useful for parents to use with their children. They are more academic based and can be used to maintain child school readiness in fun and exciting ways.
7. HATCH : https://www.hatchearlylearning.com/
“hatch” provides technology and resources for children from infant to kindergarten. They are interactive, technology based, educational and fun. Stay tuned to the hatch website! “hatch” will be launching: “Ignite@home” in the next 10 days on the above website. It will be a version of hatch content for parents to use at no charge while children are still at home.
More Resources For Your Needs:
- Open Rec Night
Open Rec Night at Detroit Arsenal CDC gives youth a chance to meet up and take an interest in different recreation activities. This laid back environment takes into consideration potential development in peer connections through hanging out and participating in activities such as, but not limited to, Art, Cooking, Community Services Opportunities and 4H as well as other sports activities.
- We Are Partnered With Boys & Girls Clubs
Boys & Girls Clubs of America and the U.S. Armed Forces have partnered to help children of military families face the unique challenges of military life. Today, this enduring partnership continues to provide children of military personnel with critical youth development programs and activities, giving families the vital support they need.
We here at DTA provide our youth with the same high-quality programs and curriculums that traditional Boys & Girls Clubs provide. In addition, no-cost memberships are provided to children of the approximately 70 percent of families who live outside military installations.
- To Join Our Team
For CYS job posting information, please visit USAJOBS or call NAF Human Resources at 586-282-6623.
To find local openings, search Warren, MI on USAJOBS.com