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Early Head Start
Early Head Start is a childhood development program for infants, toddlers, pregnant women, and their families.
Early Intervention serves eligible children in Allegheny County, ages 3-5, who are experiencing developmental delays or disabilities. We offer free screenings & evaluations to identify your child's needs, and early intervention services at no cost to parents.
Family Literacy Program
Instruction, resources, and activities for families to achieve their educational and employment goals.
Class offerings include: Adult Education, Parent Education, and Interactive Literacy Activities.
Family Support Centers
Family Support Centers are community-based programs designed to provide families with resources, opportunities and experiences that enable them to become self-sufficient and nurturing parents.
- Healthy child development
- Effective parenting
- Preservation of the family unit
- Economic self-sufficiency
These goals are accomplished through home-based services, parent support groups, parent/child activities, relationship building and mentoring.
The fatherhood program is designed to support fathers in overcoming parental and employment challenges. By providing fathers with new opportunities and experiences, the program equips them to become more self-sufficient and nurturing.
The Head Start program provides eligible preschool children with high quality, comprehensive, in-home or classroom programming designed to support school readiness skills. The program offers services that include health and wellness, education, social services, and family engagement.
The Pre-K Counts Program provides high quality pre-kindergarten classroom education for children ages 3-5 who are not eligible for kindergarten.
Teen Parenting Program (Project ELECT)
Education Leading to Employment and Career Training (ELECT), works in collaboration with the Family Support Centers and school districts to assist pregnant and parenting teens with continuing their education and access to support services.
The program places a significant focus on education, training and employment goals which further assist teens as they move toward independence.