EARLY HEAD START
Early Head Start is an free individualized child development and family service program for pregnant women, infants and toddlers (including those with disabilities, ages 6 weeks to 3 years) and their families below 100% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines. The comprehensive program enhances children's physical, social-emotional, language and intellectual development while assisting families in becoming engaged in their child's education as their child's "best" first teacher. All services begin as a process of collaborative partnerships with families that are respectful of each family's cultural and ethnic background. The Early Head Start program provides two options, Center Base and Home Base to meet the individual family's interests and needs.
Head Start is a free, comprehensive
program for children ages 3 years & 3 months to
kindergarten eligible whose families meet income
of Poverty). Children with diagnosed
disabilities may start at age 3 and are not subject
to income guidelines. Funded through the Department
of Health and Human Services, Head Start serves 306
children per school year in Wayne County.
curriculum including school readiness
Transportation to and from Head Start (not available in all areas)
Healthy meal and snack
Medical and Developmental Screenings
To enroll your child today, contact us. Mon-Fri, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Google map and directions to our
Wayne County Facility.