Use this social media toolkit to spread the word about the important work Head Start programs do to support America's children and families.
Head Start programs support children's growth from birth to age 5 through services that support early learning and development, health, and family well-being.
Tribal Consultation reports reflect comments and recommendations raised by tribal leaders and their representatives; comments and responses from OHS; and areas identified at the Tribal Consultations as requiring follow up by OHS.
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 these resources to learn more about the Head Start Program Performance Standards related to the family child care program option.
Register for available Tribal Consultations with leaders of tribal governments operating American Indian and Alaska Native Head Start and Early Head Start programs.
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.
Explore current Head Start research and evaluation projects from the Office of Planning, Research, and Evaluation (OPRE). Each project page includes a description of the project and links to related reports and other resources.
Early Head Start (EHS) programs serve infants and toddlers under the age of 3, and pregnant women. EHS programs provide intensive comprehensive child development and family support services to low-income infants and toddlers and their families, and to pregnant women and their families.
Head Start programs deliver services to eligible children and families in core areas of early learning, health, and family well-being while engaging parents as partners every step of the way.