Head Start Program

Head Start, or Early Head Start, is a federally funded program that provides child and family development¬†services to low-income pregnant women and families with infants and toddlers. ¬†Head Start program is designed to foster stable family relationships, enhance children’s physical and emotional well-being, and establish an environment to develop strong cognitive skills.

Head Start program serves over 1 million children and their families each year in all 50 states.

Alabama Head Start Louisiana Head Start Oklahoma Head Start
Alaska Head Start Maine Head Start Oregon Head Start
Arizona Head Start Maryland Head Start Pennsylvania Head Start
Arkansas Head Start Massachusetts Head Start Rhode Island Head Start
California Head Start Michigan Head Start South Carolina Head Start
Colorado Head Start Minnesota Head Start South Dakota Head Start
Connecticut Head Start Mississippi Head Start Tennessee Head Start
Delaware Head Start Missouri Head Start Texas Head Start
District of Columbia Montana Head Start U.S. Territories Head Start
Florida Head Start Nebraska Head Start Utah Head Start
Georgia Head Start Nevada Head Start Vermont Head Start
Hawaii Head Start New Jersey Head Start Virginia Head Start
Idaho Head Start New Mexico Head Start Washington Head Start
Illinois Head Start New York Head Start West Virginia Head Start
Indiana Head Start North Carolina Head Start Wisconsin Head Start
Iowa Head Start North Dakota Head Start Wyoming Head Start
Kansas Head Start New Hampshire Head Start
Kentucky Head Start Ohio Head Start