Read information about the directory of implementation planners and fiscal consultants. All implementation planners and fiscal consultants in the directory were trained by OHS and OCC in conjunction with the Partnership Center.
Early Head Start (EHS) and child care programs have to navigate child care and EHS policies and regulations to understand any implications and ensure successful partnerships.
Explore this series of Office Hours videos and tools to assist you in working with your Early Head Start-Child Care (EHS-CC) Partnership. These presentations were conducted by Office of Head Start (OHS) and Office of Child Care (OCC) federal staff and national center training and technical assistance (T/TA) providers. They offered T/TA and additional networking opportunities for EHS-CC Partnership teams that attended the 2015 EHS-CC Partnershp Orientation sessions.
Read findings, analyses, assessments, and reports about the benefits of successful collaborations between Head Start and Early Head Start programs, and child care providers
Stories from the Field highlight innovative and successful Early Head Start-Child Care (EHS-CC) Partnership strategies. Explore this collection of grantee-focused news articles from across the nation. These articles complement the success stories shared in Making Connections: The Partnership Newsletter and the Making Strides in Early Head Start-Child Care Partnerships Webinar series.
Meeting fiscal challenges, and managing, training, and supporting early care and education staff across programs and systems ensures successful partnerships. Resources in this area include information and tools related to: Making financial decisions; contracts and formal agreements; child care subsidies; human resource policy and legal issues; and staff management.
The resources in this section can help partners build relationships that work well and enable them to meet their goals.
Explore an archive of resources and press related to the Early Head Start-Child Care (EHS-CC) Partnership initiative.
Many of the Early Head Start-Child Care (EHS-CC) Partnership grants have been awarded to organizations that partner with family child care programs. Family child care (FCC) settings are unique and may pose challenges for meeting the EHS-CC Partnership grant requirements. The following resources have been collected to support FCC programs and their partners. They may be helpful to those working in an EHS-FCC partnership for the first time.
The National Center on Early Head Start-Child Care Partnerships (The Partnership Center) is pleased to present Making Connections: The Partnership Newsletter. Each quarterly issue focuses on a key aspect of successful Early Head Start-Child Care (EHS-CC) Partnerships. It also features a partnership team experiencing early successes in that area.