Head Start In Northeast Washington

The Northeast Washington Early Childhood Program

To engage families and community partners in a strength based program that fosters learning and life skills for preschool children and their families.

Head Start, along with the Early Childhood Education and Assistance Program (ECEAP), gives learning an early boost for 3, 4 and 5 year olds. By focusing on children’s literacy, language, math and social skills, as well as their health and nutrition needs, these early learning programs prepare children to be successful in school. Learn more about the benefits of Head Start and ECEAP.

Eligibility requirements and enrollment: Children ages three, four or five and from low-income families or have a disability are eligible for Head Start. The ECEAP program is for children ages three or four years old by August 31st. Children with documented delays also are eligible, as are children with disabilities regardless of income. Foster children, homeless children and families on TANF are automatically eligible. Pre-enrollment takes place each spring and each August for the school year that runs from mid-September through May.

Questions? Our knowledgeable staff can answer your questions and complete an enrollment form over the telephone from August through mid-June. Contact us at 509-684-8421.

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ABCD – Access to Baby and Child Dentistry
Helps parents find a specially trained dentist in Stevens, Ferry and Pend Oreille Counties for children ages birth to age six with a Provider One card.  Click here for more information including what the program does and how to contact us.