Head Start Collaboration Offices facilitate partnerships between Head Start agencies and other state, territorial, or tribal entities that provide services to benefit children from families with low incomes. These offices contribute to state systems for early care and education, which coordinate and regulate various services for children from birth to age 5 and their families. The state systems are designed to increase the effectiveness of early childhood services by linking young children and their families to the support they need. Information in this section connects to resources that can help you assist children and families as they access services to become lifelong learners and meet ongoing needs.
Head Start Collaboration Offices
Find contact and other information for each Head Start Collaboration Office. These offices serve the 50 states, DC, Puerto Rico, American Indian Alaska Native Head Start, and Migrant and Seasonal Head Start.Learn More
State-level Profiles and Information
Use this set of searchable databases to obtain information about each state’s child care licensing, regulatory, and funding entities, as well as other state-based information.Learn More
Child Care Technical Assistance Network
This system from the Office of Child Care provides resources along with state profiles for early education, the Quality Rating and Improvement System, and licensing.Learn More
Last Updated: April 7, 2022