Child Development Center (CDC)

The CDC provides full-day, part-day and hourly care for children ages 6 weeks to 5 years old.

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Child Development Home

The Child Development Home (CDH) Program provides a choice for families for the care and education of their children. CDH Providers may provide care during nights and weekends.

Our certified CDH Providers offer developmentally appropriate programs that promote the overall social, emotional, cognitive, and physical growth and development of the children in the homes while building school readiness skills.

Career Opportunities

The CDH Program provides career opportunities to those who want to provide child care services in their homes. CDH Providers receive extensive training, regular home inspections, and ongoing programming support from CYP.

A benefit to CDH Providers is that their job is transferrable between installations, if a CDH Provider’s family moves to a different installation, she may choose to open a CD home at the family’s new installation.

Atsugi CYP is currently accepting applications for CDH Providers. Contact the CDH Monitor for additional information.

Download and fill out the following application forms to become a Child Development Home Provider:

Have questions? Send an email to Child & Youth Programs (CYP):






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School Liaison Officer (SLO)

School Liaison Officers are employed to help navigate academic pressures on military children and their families as they move around the world and transfer between school systems. NAF Atsugi's SLO is here to assist you with just about any school-related question.

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Youth Programs

School Age Care (SAC)

SAC meets the needs of working parents and accommodates children’s school schedules by providing quality recreational out of school activities for children who have started kindergarten through 5th grade.

SAC programs are affiliated with Boys & Girls Clubs of America (BGCA) and 4-H and are accredited by the Council on Accreditation (COA).

Before-School Care, After-School Care, Full-Day Care (on non school days) & Holiday/Summer Camp

These services are offered to meet the needs of families who need to work prior to or beyond the school day. Working parents receive priority on the wait list for care.

Hourly Care is coming July 5th. Contact CYP for reservations and infromation. DSN: 264-3524 | Mobile: 0467-63-3524

Full-Day and Part-Day Care      Hourly Care


Teen Center 

The Teen Center offers recreational-based experiential learning opportunities that enhance the school day by integrating age and developmentally appropriate activities based on knowledge of youth development and the needs and interests of the teens in the community.

Youth in 6th–12th grades are able to participate in daily programming and have opportunity for open recreation such as air hockey, outdoor sports, arcade games, billiards, ping pong, PlayStation, Xbox, arts and crafts.

Staff are available to assist with homework and working the STEM technology. Teens can utilize the free wi-fi with their own devices or with Teen Center laptops, iMacs, or iPads.

The Teen Center is affiliated with Boys & Girls Clubs of America (BGCA), hosts lock-ins, and offers trips during school breaks and on weekends.

  • Email:
  • Ticonderoga Street (Building 294)
  • DSN: 264 6381
  • COMM: +81 467 63 6381

Youth Sports & Fitness (YSF)

Update: The Youth Sports and Fitness program has moved locations! They are now located inside the Teen Center (Bldg. 294). We can still be reached at the same phone number and email.
Contact us via phone or email if you have any questions. 264-3826 (DSN) or 0467-63-3826 (Mobile) |


YSF is affiliated with National Alliance for Youth Sports (NAYS) and offers sports and fitness opportunities for youth 3-18 years old.

Youth can stay active year-round by participating in a variety of sports leagues, summer camps and seasonal outdoor trips. 

For children 3–5 years old, YSF offers the Start Smart program to help develop motor skills in a fun and non-competitive environment.

Volunteer Coaches Wanted!

Gain coaching experience, Volunteer Service Ribbon hours, CPR/First Aid training, sense of purpose and fulfillment, and spend more time with your family.

CYP also provides discounts for youth of our volunteer coaches. If you are interested in coaching youth, please contact us!

  • Email:
  • Ticonderoga Street (Building 3250)
  • DSN: 264 3826
  • COMM: +81 467 63 3826


Youth Sponsorship (Returning Soon)

Students moving to NAF Atsugi in 3rd – 12th grades are invited to participate in the Youth Sponsorship Program (YSP).

YSP is here to smooth the transition to your new community by providing easy integration for new students, answering questions about our community and the Japanese culture, connecting youth with other students, and offering other support during transition.

Students participating in the Youth Sponsorship Program are able to participate in special events and trips created especially for them.

If you need a Youth Sponsor, please complete and return the I Need A Sponsor form either via email or in person – youth in 3rd– 5th grade to SAC and youth in 6th–12th grade to the Teen Center.

If you’re already in Atsugi and would like to BE a Youth Sponsor, complete and return the Be A Sponsor form either via email or in person – youth in 3rd – 5th grade to SAC and youth in 6th – 12th grade to the Teen Center.


Classes & Lessons (Returning Soon)

Enroll for age and developmentally-appropriate sessions designed to teach and develop your child’s skills and abilities.

NAF Atsugi offers piano and violin lessons at the Little Theater, Building 294 (across from Shirley Lanham Elementary School).

Contact any CYP facility for additional information.  





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