Head Start Programs Washington Head Start COMMUNITY CHILD CARE CENTER


530 NW Larry Way
Contact Phone
(509) 334-9290
Early Head Start is a federally funded program for low-income families with infants, toddlers and pregnant women that provides high quality programs as well as comprehensive services for both children and their families, at no cost to the families. Services include providing resources and support to pregnant women to promote healthy prenatal outcomes, enhancing the development of very young children, and working with families to support healthy family functioning through education and resources.
Who is Eligible?

Children who are 3 to 5 years old are eligible for Head Start services. Pregnant women and children from birth to 3 years of age are eligible for Early Head Start services. Children and families who are homeless, in foster care, or receive TANF or SSI are also eligible for services. Eligibility is determined by Head Start program staff and some families may be eligible for services if they are determined to be at or below the federal poverty level. Some grantees enroll a percentage of children from families with incomes above the Poverty Guidelines as well.

Families are encouraged to apply.

How to Apply
Accepting Applications NOW The Early Head Start, Head Start and Early Childhood Education and Assistance Program (ECEAP) of Whitman County want to invite you to enroll your child in our local preschool program. Classes meet at sites throughout Whitman County with no charge to qualifying families. Early Head Start is a full day, full year program for pregnant moms thru three years olds. Children 3 - 5 years old will be able to attend preschool four days a week, three and a half hours a day (AM or PM sessions) and have fun while mastering preschool skills and preparing for kindergarten. For Head Start and ECEAP, priority will be given to children who will turn three or four years old by August 31, 2012. However, children who turn three years old after this date will be considered for Head Start. Most families must meet specific income guidelines in order to qualify for the program. To begin the process of enrolling your child in Early Head Start, Head Start or ECEAP, you must com
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