Explore ways children and families receive Head Start and Early Head Start services in a family child care setting. Learn how staff provides comprehensive services to support positive family and child outcomes.
Explore the National American Indian and Alaska Native (AIAN) Head Start Collaboration Needs Assessment for 2019.
Happy 25th birthday, Early Head Start (EHS)! This video celebrates EHS programs and recognizes their support of parents and America’s youngest children.
Happy birthday, Early Head Start! The Office of Head Start is celebrating 25 years of providing family-centered services to pregnant women, infants, and toddlers through the Early Head Start program.
Many children and parents receive Early Head Start and Head Start services right in their own home! Home visitors come once a week and work with parents and their children.
The EHS-CC Partnerships program enhances and supports early learning settings to provide comprehensive and continuous services.
Head Start launched 34 American Indian and Alaska Native (AIAN) Head Start programs in the summer of 1965.
Head Start Collaboration Offices (HSCOs) facilitate partnerships between Head Start agencies and other state entities that provide services to benefit low-income children and their families.