"Education is the most powerful weapon which   you can use to change the world". Nelson Mandela

· Helping to access comprehensive prenatal and postpartum care.
· Discussing Proper Nutrition
· Supporting their parental roles
· Enhancing child development, skills, and knowledge
· Assist in accessing community resources

· Parent Engagement activities & opportunities


Children receive the message that they are in a kind and loving place when caregivers and family members are intentional about the environments they create.A family’s home is already a rich environment full of learning opportunities! Whether a family is enrolled in a home visiting option or they participate in child care, their child will still spend much of their time at home. Both teachers and home visitors have the important job of helping families see all the opportunities for learning that already exist in their own home Families receive weekly 90 minute home visits. The same services are provided as in the classroom, with a more personal one-on-one approach.


 Learning environments are nurturing spaces that support the development of all young children. They include classrooms, play spaces, areas for caregiving routines, and outdoor areas. Learning environments are well-organized and managed settings. They offer developmentally appropriate schedules, lesson plans, and indoor and outdoor chances for choice, play, exploration, and experimentation. Learning environments include age-appropriate equipment, materials, and supplies. They integrate home cultures and are flexible to support the changing ages, interests, and characteristics of a group of children over time. ​
Infants and toddlers who meet our enrollment criteria may be placed in our  classrooms located at our Hilltop Site based on availability


Head Start programs prepare America’s most vulnerable young children to succeed in school and in life beyond school. To achieve this, Head Start programs deliver services to children and families in core areas of early learning, health, and family well-being while engaging parents as partners every step of the way.

Head Start encompasses Head Start preschool programs, which primarily serve 3- and 4-year-old children