Home Visiting

The Home Visiting program services families with children 0-3 and pregnant women. Visits are conducted weekly for 90 minutes. They consist of regular developmental assessments to help understand how your child is growing, parent education, health screenings completed by agency nurse and monthly food experiences. Your home visitor will also partner with you to set and achieve family goals that promote success in the home and beyond.


Socializations are held twice a month for 90-minutes. These groups provide activities  for parents and children to enjoy together to support a better understanding of child development and creates opportunities for parents to interact with one another. Structured and unstructured learning opportunities are available along with a  snack experience for both parents and children to participate in.

Parent Meetings

Parent Meetings are held each month for 90-minutes at a preschool site.  These meetings create an opportunity for parents to create relationships with one another while learning more about the Home Visiting program and agency as a whole. Parents will gain information and participate in activities that will support their children’s development in education while gaining valuable feedback on their child’s growth.


Interested in Volunteering?

Volunteers are an important part of the Head Start Program. Parents, grandparents, students and community members are encouraged to participate in a variety of ways.