Various Programs of the Head Start Program

    * Early Head Start – Promotes healthy prenatal outcomes, promotes healthy family the development of infants and toddlers beginning as young as newborn infants.

    * Head Start – Helps to create healthy development in low-income children ages three to five. Programs offer a wide variety of services, that depend on a child's and each family's heritage and experience, to influence all aspects of a child's development and learning.

    * Migrant and Seasonal Program Branch – Provides the children of migrant and seasonal farm workers who meet income and other eligibility guidelines with Head Start services
   * American Indian-Alaska Native Program Branch – Provides American Indian and Alaska Native children and families with services such as: health care, educational, nutritional, socialization, as well as other services promoting school readiness. Services are primarily for disadvantaged preschool children, and infants and toddlers.JIO