Child Development

Child Development Department provides several services for children.

The Child Care Development Fund (CCDF) is working with local partners to renovate the Downtown Park Strip playground in Dillingham. Please click the link to take a short survey that will tell us what you value in a park space. The information we get will help us plan a park that meets the needs and values of our community. Please give feed back on the renovations to the Downtown Park Strip playground!

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Child Care Center Child Care Assistance & Providers
Child Care Development Fund
The Bristol Bay Native Association offers quality child care programs for our children. The center provides an energetic, safe and educational learning environment where children continually develop their social, cognitive and physical skills.
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The Child Care Development Fund serves individuals and families by increasing the availability, affordability, and quality of child care in the Bristol Bay Native Association services area.
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Head StartYouth Employment Program
As Leaders in Early Childhood Education, we take pride in our Head Start Program staffed by competent, motivated professionals who provide a system of support which promotes successful students, dedicated families and involved community members.
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Youth Employment offers meaningful work experience to economically disadvantaged Native Youth between the ages of 14-24. The program is designed to help youth gain valuable work skills that will lead them to additional employment opportunities.
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For more information: Contact the Child Care Development office, located at the Val Larson Family Resource Center
Phone: 1-(907)-842-4059 or Toll Free: 1-(800)-478-4059
Fax: 1-(907)-842-2338

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