Head Start staff can support opioid and substance use disorder recovery by taking advantage of opportunities to engage with families and provide resources to prevent harm to children.
Learn about substance use disorders and discover the various ways Head Start programs can support families in recovery.
Head Start programs can help prevent substance use disorders and intervene when a family is affected. Learn the facts about opioids, alcohol, and tobacco, and how they can impact children and families.
Discover how Head Start programs are responding to and supporting families impacted by opioids and substance use disorders.
These videos provide an overview and highlight the work of the Head Start program in supporting families impacted by substance use disorders. Watch these videos to gain insight into families impacted by opioid and substance misuse and their journey to recovery.
Learn about the effects of opioids on exposed infants and children. Find out how Head Start and Early Head Start can support children and families impacted by opioid and other substance use disorders.
Substance use disorders during pregnancy can cause serious problems. These resources help expectant families understand the risks of opioids and help staff identify substance use disorders among pregnant women.