Hear how programs can partner with community agencies to help families who face homelessness. Learn how this effort can help programs reach children and families who are in need of services.
Head Start staff are often in a position to talk with families experiencing homelessness. Explore strategies and resources to support staff professional development as they work with families.
Prioritizing Families Experiencing Homelessness for Enrollment: Performance Standards and Related Strategies
Explore this webinar for ways to help programs meet the needs of families experiencing homelessness. Learn about regulations that can support programs in this work.
Watch this three-part webinar series features exemplary practices from Head Start and Early Head Start programs and collaboration directors.
Explore materials to help your program enroll and support children and families experiencing homelessness. Learn to support sensitive conversations about living circumstances and find state and local partners.
Explore three interactive maps with data and key contact information to support Head Start programs in their efforts to recruit and serve children and families experiencing homelessness.
This map contains organizations linked to national networks that serve families experiencing homelessness.
This map contains poverty rates at the state, county, and census tract levels alongside Head Start locations.
This state-level map provides contact information for state coordinators for homeless education, local education agency (LEA) homelessness liaisons, and Head Start State Collaboration Offices. It also features resources made available by each state related to homelessness, where applicable.
In her April vlog, Dr. Bergeron highlights several programs who share their approaches for serving families experiencing homelessness. She also answers questions about home-based services and homelessness.