Early Head Start Fact Sheet
Learn about Early Head Start (EHS), an evidence-based, federally funded program that provides comprehensive services to pregnant women and children under 3 in families with incomes below the poverty level.
The mission of EHS is to support healthy prenatal outcomes and enhance the intellectual, social, and emotional development of infants and toddlers to promote later success in school and life. Learn about who participates, how the programs are developed, and what the long-term positive outcomes are for infants and toddlers.
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