The National Migrant and Seasonal Head Start Collaboration Office, in collaboration and partnership with the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), has developed a web-based locator widget that allows anyone to find their nearest MSHS centers and Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHC) i.e. Community Health Centers.
The Migrant and Seasonal Head Start Collaboration Office (MSHSCO) promotes high quality direct service delivery through collaboration, coordination, and alignment of high quality services for all MSHS grantees and delegate agencies. The MSHSCO serves a vital role in facilitating opportunities for and fostering new partnerships to build a sustainable, comprehensive early learning system for MSHS children, families, and communities.
This information sheet describes the Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Home Visiting (MIECHV) model.
Explore these resources to learn more about the HSPPS related to the home-based program option.
PDF for EARLY HEAD START TIP SHEET: Teen Parents & EHS Program Services No. 34: How is Working With Teen Parents Different Than Working With Older Parents?
American Indian and Alaska Native-Specific School Readiness Materials
As infants and toddlers grow and change, and as family needs evolve, diverse program options can support them over time. A choice of program options ensures that families can stay within a consistent, supportive setting that offers strong relationships and the same full range of developmentally-appropriate care and services.
A national evaluation conducted by Mathematica Policy Research, Inc., and Columbia University's Center for Children and Families, in collaboration with the Early Head Start Research Consortium, found...
Head Start launched 34 American Indian and Alaska Native (AIAN) Head Start programs in the summer of 1965.