The Head Start Emergency Preparedness Manual, 2015 Edition provides programs with the latest tools and resources to guide their planning process. Use it to support children, families, and communities before, during, and after an emergency. An emergency may be a catastrophic natural event, like a hurricane, flood, or wildfire, or a man-made disaster, such as a shooting. No matter the crisis, Head Start programs need to be ready with impact, relief, and recovery plans. Note: This resource is under review.
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National Centers: Early Childhood Health and Wellness
Last Updated: January 26, 2018