Child Care and Early Learning Programs
Early Head Start – Child Care Partnerships
Early Head Start–Child Care Partnerships (EHS-CCP) helps expand access to high-quality child care and comprehensive support for infants and toddlers from low-income families.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services awards competitive grants to Early Head Start grantees that partner with local child care providers — both center-based and in-home providers — that serve children from low-income families receiving child care subsidies and agree to meet Head Start Program Performance Standards.
Early Head Start grantees help local child care providers to meet these standards and provide critical services, such as developmental screenings, and formula and diapers, to meet children’s health, nutrition, and other development needs.
Current Funding Level: EHS-CCP is funded at $1.005 billion for FY 2023
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Child Care & Early Learning