Explore these tips sheets to learn how your Head Start program can work with you to access important information, benefits, and tools that can strengthen your family's economic security during crises.
Learn how to partner with families to access federal assistance, open a bank account, apply for unemployment insurance benefits, pursue their education and training goals, and more.
Programs can use this resource to learn more about working with families and children who may be experiencing violence.
Explore ways families can access free tax preparation. Learn more about the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) and other tax credits and deductions that families can use as they work on their economic mobility goals.
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.
Programs can use this set of positive social media messages as a way to provide virtual support to parents and families.
Learn about the Economic Mobility Toolkit for Head Start and Early Head Start. Explore ways to use the tool to help integrate economic mobility work into your program.
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.