Your family's financial, education, and employment needs and goals may change during emergencies and natural disasters. Explore these tip sheets to learn how Head Start and Early Head Start program staff can work with you to access important information, benefits, and tools that can strengthen your family's economic security during crises. Learn about federal assistance programs that can help your family during emergencies like the coronavirus pandemic. Access websites and online tools to help you open a bank account, apply for unemployment insurance benefits, find job training opportunities, and more.
Explore this tip sheet to learn how program staff can partner with you during emergencies to determine your immediate financial needs, identify your strengths, and access information and resources that can help.
Discover how program staff can help you to determine your eligibility for a federal stimulus payment, receive your payment quickly, and identify other resources to support financial security during emergencies.
When emergencies occur, having a checking or savings account can help you receive state or federal assistance faster. Find out how program staff can help you find and open an affordable bank or credit union account.
Your education and training goals may change during emergencies. Learn how program staff can partner with you to identify immediate and long-term goals and access helpful resources.
Your employment and career goals may change during emergencies. Learn how program staff can partner with you to identify immediate and long-term goals and access helpful resources.
You may experience job instability during a crisis. Explore how program staff can help you determine your eligibility for unemployment insurance benefits, apply for benefits, and look for new work.
National Centers:Parent, Family and Community Engagement
Last Updated: July 6, 2020