About the Early Head Start and Early ECEAP Programs
The ESD 112 Early Head Start and Early ECEAP programs help promote school readiness for infants and toddlers by enhancing children’s physical, social, emotional, and intellectual development, and supporting parents and families in this effort.
Families enrolled in Early Head Start and Early ECEAP will participate in:
- Child care and home visiting options for prenatal women and children aged birth to 3 years
- Children are provided with educational, health, and nutritional services
- Assist children and families with community resources
- Opportunities for parent involvement and leadership opportunities
Early Head Start and Early ECEAP provide comprehensive child and family development services for low-income pregnant women and families with infants and toddlers ages birth to three years.
Qualifying families may enroll in our home-based program or our center-based program. For more information on our Early Head Start and Early ECEAP programs, please contact us at 360-952-3466 or send us an email.
Early Head Start is a federally funded program through the Office of Head Start. Early ECEAP is state-funded through DCYF
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