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Navy Child Care Waitlist for On-Base Services is 9,000 Kids Long


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The Navy has 9,000 infants and toddlers that its child care centers don’t have room for, and the service is now seeking help from off-base facilities in fleet concentration areas as that wait list shows no sign of shrinking.

Providing affordable child care is a major concern affecting the Navy’s ability to retain active duty personnel and maintain appropriate readiness levels among the force, the Navy’s leadership has repeatedly stated during appearances at think tanks, before lawmakers on Capitol Hill and when addressing the fleet in person and during online townhall events. https://news.usni.org/2019/05/16/navy-child-care-waitlist-for-on-base-services-is-9000-kids-long

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