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A federally-funded child development and family support program that provides early education, health, mental health, nutrition and social services for low-income pregnant women and families with children from birth to age three. Services provided directly or through referral may include prenatal education and parenting classes for pregnant women; child development information; parent/child activities; a home visiting program for families with newborns; early education services in a variety of settings; comprehensive health and mental health services including smoking cessation and substance abuse treatment; coordination with organizations providing early intervention for infants and toddlers with disabilities; assistance in obtaining income support, housing or emergency cash; and transportation to program services.

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Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
Beginnings, Inc Parent and Child Play GroupsPlay groups.CambriaBeginnings, Inc. Parent & Child Playgroups / EbensburgBeginnings, Inc
Beginnings, Inc Parent and Child Play GroupsPlay groups.CambriaBeginnings, Inc. Parent & Child Playgroups / JohnstownBeginnings, Inc
CenClear Early Head StartEarly Head Start supports pregnant women, infants, toddlers and their families. Enrolled families receive family focused home visits, structured infant toddler play times, and parent workshops. We welcome and fully include children with disabilities.CentreCenClear Early Head StartCenClear
Child Development Centers - Early Head StartThe program provides full-day, year-around child care and early childhood education, a nutritious breakfast, lunch and snack every weekday for the children, periodic home visits, access to health care services, and services for expectant moms before and after they give birth.VenangoChild Development Centers - Administration OfficeChild Development Centers, Inc.
Children's Advocacy Center of Lawrence County - Early Head StartProvides home-based servcies for expectant families and children ages birth to three, who meet eligibility requirements. Services include weekly home visits in the areas of health, nutrition, education, social services, and child development, as well as socializations. The home visits are conducted by a Certified Family Development Specialists for 90 minutes once a week.LawrenceChildren's Advocacy CenterChildren's Advocacy Center of Lawrence County
Community Action Partnership for Somerset County Early Head StartPreschool.SomersetCAPFSC Early Head StartCommunity Action Partnership for Somerset County
Community Action Southwest - Head Start, Pre-K Counts, & Early Head Start, and Early Head Start Child Care PartnershipsEarly Learning programs for pregnant women and children birth through five include Head Start, Pre-K Counts and Early Head Start. Families are supported through comprehensive services including child development & early education, health & nutrition, social services, parent engagement and early early childhood mental health/disabilities.Services are provided through both center and home-based locations.WashingtonEarly Childhood ServicesCommunity Action Southwest
Community Services of Venango County - Early Head Start - MeadvilleHome Visitation program supporting a child's development, nurture healthy attachments by using a strength's based, relationship-centered approach, while encompassing the full range of a family's needs.CrawfordCommunity Services of Venango County - Meadville OfficeCommunity Services of Venango County
Community Services of Venango County - Early Head Start - Oil CityThis program supports child development, nurture healthy attachments by using a strengths-based, relationship-centered approach, while encompassing the full range of a family's needs.VenangoCommunity Services of Venango County - Seneca Street, Oil CityCommunity Services of Venango County
Community Services of Venango County - Early Head Start - TitusvilleThis program supports child development, nurture healthy attachments by using a strengths-based, relationship-centered approach, while encompassing the full range of a family's needs.CrawfordCommunity Services of Venango County - Titusville OfficeCommunity Services of Venango County
Cranberry Child Development Center - Early Head StartProvides full-day, year-around child care and early childhood education, a nutritious breakfast, lunch and snack every weekday for the children, periodic home visits, access to high-quality health care services, and services for expectant moms before and after they give birth.VenangoCranberry Child Development CenterChild Development Centers, Inc.
Early Head StartEarly Head Start is a home-based program that supports parents' roles as their child's most important teacher. The program offers educational, health, nutritional, social and other services to help parents develop a loving bond with their children so they can grow and learn.BedfordAllegheny Lutheran Social Ministries Early Head StartAllegheny Lutheran Social Ministries
Early Head StartCentreEarly Head StartCen-Clear Child Services
Early Head StartEarly Head Start (EHS) is a comprehensive program available to low income families from pregnancy until children reach 3 years of age. Families of children with special needs are eligible regardless of income. EHS also emphasizes family development. We encourage parents to identify and work towards goals to improve their lives.FultonFulton County Family Partnership, Inc.Fulton County Family Partnership, Inc.
Early Head Start - Home-Based ServicesWeekly visits in your home focusing on child development, safety, nutrition and family goals. Playgroups twice a month for parents and children to socialize and share. Assistance in connecting with community resources when needed. Support for parents. ButlerButler County Children's Center - Early Head StartButler County Children's Center, Inc.
Early Head Start Home Based ServicesThe Early Head Start program serves children from birth to age three and pregnant women. These services are home based and include health & developmental screenings, ongoing individualized educational assessment, weekly home visits,bi-monthly family days and parent involvement opportunites.DauphinCapital Area Head Start Administrative OfficeCapital Area Head Start
Early Head Start-Snyder Union Mifflin Child DevelopmentEarly Head Start is a no-cost, home-based, family-focused program for low-income pregnant women and families with children ages birth to 3 years. The main goal is to enhance the growth and development of infants and toddlers while supporting parents in their roles as primary caregivers and educators of their children. Individualized services provide education to parents that supports and develops their abilities to foster their child’s development, as well as promotes the parents’ own goals. Early Head Start also helps to coordinate community services to meet the needs of families served.UnionSnyder Union Mifflin Child Development - Snyder and Union Counties - Early Head StartSnyder Union Mifflin Child Development
Early Head Start-Snyder Union Mifflin Child DevelopmentEarly Head Start is a no-cost, home-based, family-focused program for low-income pregnant women and families with children ages birth to 3 years. The main goal is to enhance the growth and development of infants and toddlers while supporting parents in their roles as primary caregivers and educators of their children. Individualized services provide education to parents that supports and develops their abilities to foster their child’s development, as well as promotes the parents’ own goals. Early Head Start also helps to coordinate community services to meet the needs of families served.UnionSnyder Union Mifflin Child Development - Snyder and Union Counties - Early Head StartSnyder Union Mifflin Child Development
Franklin Child Development Center - Early Head StartProvides full-day, year-around child care and early childhood education, a nutritious breakfast, lunch and snack every weekday for the children, periodic home visits, access to high-quality health care services, and services for expectant moms before and after they give birth.VenangoFranklin Child Development CenterChild Development Centers, Inc.
Fulton County Partnership - Early Head StartEarly Head Start (EHS) is a comprehensive program available to low income families from pregnancy until children reach 3 years of age. Families of children with special needs are eligible regardless of income. EHS also emphasizes family development. We encourage parents to identify and work towards goals to improve their lives.FultonFulton County Partnership - ProgramFulton County Partnership
Fulton County Partnership - Early Head StartEarly Head Start (EHS) is a comprehensive program available to low income families from pregnancy until children reach 3 years of age. Families of children with special needs are eligible regardless of income. EHS also emphasizes family development. We encourage parents to identify and work towards goals to improve their lives.FultonFulton County Partnership - ProgramFulton County Partnership
Head Start/Early Head Start/Pre-K Counts ProgramsProvides Head Start/Early Head Start/Pre-K Counts programs for children ages birth to five years and services to pregnant women.FayetteHead Start/Early Head Start/Pre-K ProgramsPrivate Industry Council of Westmoreland Fayette
Head Start - Mt. ChestnutHead Start and Pre K for children 3-5 years of age and children with special needs. Four days per week, 5 hours per day, September through May. Prepares children for Kindergarten. Childcare for children birth to 12. Licensed Kindergarten. Early Head Start for children pre-natal to three.ButlerButler County Children's Center - Head StartButler County Children's Center, Inc.
Home Based ServicesHead StartDauphinCapital Area Head Start Administrative OfficeCapital Area Head Start
Jefferson-Clarion Early Head StartA home-based model where parent educators visit families each week for 1 hour, however, visits may vary for expectant parents. Also offer opportunities for parents and children to come together twice per month for Infant/Toddler Playtimes.JeffersonJefferson-Clarion Early Head StartJefferson-Clarion Early Head Start
Lifesteps, Inc. Early Head StartEarly Head Start (EHS) centers around the family by supporting the child's development; strengthening the role of the parent; and promoting healthy, self-sufficient families. EHS is a federally-funded program providing free services and supports to eligble low income families in Beaver County through home-based visits designed to help meet the needs of each child and his/her family. Visits provide a familiar environment for both the child and the parent to connect with a program staff member. The visits are conducted weekly with services available year round.BeaverChildren Services & Early EducationLifesteps
Oil City Child Development Center - Early Head StartA full-day, year-around child care and early childhood education, a nutritious breakfast, lunch and snack every weekday for the children, periodic home visits, access to high-quality health care services, and services for expectant moms before and after they give birth.VenangoOil City Child Development CenterChild Development Centers, Inc.
Private Industry Council - Early Head Start - BeaverHead Start is a federally funded child development program for low-income families and children age 3 to 5.BeaverHead Start of Beaver CountyPrivate Industry Council of Westmoreland Fayette
Professional Family Care Services Early Head StartProfessional Family Care Services is the local agency that manages the Early Head Start Program in Cambria County, Pennsylvania. Early Head Start helps low income families with infants and toddlers and pregnant women. The mission is: ♥ to help expecting mothers have healthy babies ♥ to help infants and toddlers grow and learn ♥ to be as healthy, safe and strong as possible ♥ to support and help the babies' families Parenting is hard work, and Early Head Start helps everyone involved. Parent Educators work with little ones and their families right in their homes. Home visits last about 90 minutes. There are also group opportunities for Early Head Start parents and children to get together for socialization and learning. CambriaPFCS Early Head StartProfessional Family Care Services
Ready to LearnR2L works with many community partners to promote quality early learning by collaborating and communicating with partners; provides education and outreach to parents of small children and supporting school readiness/transition activities.AdamsUnited Way of Adams CountyUnited Way of Adams County
Seton Hill Child Care Services Early Head StartProvides early preschool servicesWestmorelandSeton Hill Child Services, Inc.Seton Hill Child Services, Inc.
Snyder Union Mifflin Child Development - Mifflin County - Early Head StartEarly Head Start is a no-cost, home-based, family-focused program for low-income pregnant women and families with children ages birth to 3 years. The main goal is to enhance the growth and development of infants and toddlers while supporting parents in their roles as primary caregivers and educators of their children. Individualized services provide education to parents that supports and develops their abilities to foster their child’s development, as well as promotes the parents’ own goals. Early Head Start also helps to coordinate community services to meet the needs of families served.MifflinSnyder Union Mifflin Child Development - Mifflin County - Early Head StartSnyder Union Mifflin Child Development
Snyder Union Mifflin Child Development - Mifflin County - Early Head StartEarly Head Start is a no-cost, home-based, family-focused program for low-income pregnant women and families with children ages birth to 3 years. The main goal is to enhance the growth and development of infants and toddlers while supporting parents in their roles as primary caregivers and educators of their children. Individualized services provide education to parents that supports and develops their abilities to foster their child’s development, as well as promotes the parents’ own goals. Early Head Start also helps to coordinate community services to meet the needs of families served.MifflinSnyder Union Mifflin Child Development - Mifflin County - Early Head StartSnyder Union Mifflin Child Development
Westmoreland Community Action Early Head StartChild and family development program provided in home. Monthly play groups offered.WestmorelandEarly Head StartWestmoreland Community Action
York County Family Literacy ProgramProvides services for families in York County with a child in third grade or younger. Parents participate in English or GED classes. Children from infant - four years old participate in early childhood education classes while their parents are in school.YorkYork County Family Literacy ProgramYork County Family Literacy Program

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