Early Head Start Child Care

EHS Child Care

Early Head Start Child Care helps income-eligible families reduce the cost of child care while the parents are working or attending school.
Parents must be working or attending school at least 30 hours a week.

  • Early Head Start Child Care provides full-day, full-year early learning opportunities and child care to families who have children ages newborn to three years old.
  • Home visitors and teaching staff meet with parents during the year to discuss each child's progress and to set goals for further development.
  • Home visitors help parents expand their knowledge about child development, health, nutrition, child care, budgeting, job skills, and transitioning to Preschool. Other services available to families include; social services, nutrition services, health services, mental health services and family literacy services.
  • Currently, Early Head Start Child Care serves about 56 infants and toddlers in Salina.
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