Early Head Start

Early Head Start (EHS) serves pregnant women, infants, and toddlers until children turn 3 and are ready to transition into Head Start or another pre-K program. The goal of EHS programs is to help families care for their infants and toddlers through early, continuous, intensive, and comprehensive services.

For more information on the educational services provided by East Coast Migrant Head Start Project, please contact Giselle Santiago Garcia, Family/Community Partnership Specialist, at gsgarcia@ecmhsp.org.


East Coast Migrant Head Start Project is committed to preparing the children of migrant and seasonal farm workers for success.  We do this by providing holistic, high quality early childhood education services for children and families in a nurturing, culturally sensitive environment and by providing services and advocating for children and families in their other areas of need.

2301 Sugar Bush Road, Suite 400, Raleigh, North Carolina  27612

Telephone: (800) 655-6831     Email: information@ecmhsp.org

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