Region II Head Start Association 

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The Region II Head Start Association's mission is to be an agent of impact, committed to innovation and change for children and families.

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Early Childhood Considerations for Emergencies and Disasters Workshop
Fri, Apr 03
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel New Orleans
Apr 03, 12:00 PM – 4:00 PM CDT
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel New Orleans, 300 Canal St, New Orleans, LA 70130, USA
Participants will receive information from the Louisiana Department of Health regarding emergency preparedness, response and recovery. Additionally, attendees will have the opportunity to review and provide feedback on a new post-disaster tool that is designed to help early childhood programs.

New Jersey Head Start Programs comprises of 26 Early Head Start, 25 Head Start and 1 Migrant Head Start agencies.

The nearly 6,000 staff work together to serve 13,021 preschool children as well as 2,858 infants, toddlers, and pregnant women.


Together, they provide high quality, comprehensive early childhood services throughout the state of New Jersey.

The State of New York is home to Head Start programs that serve more than 58,032 people in need.

Children receive services through classroom-based centers, through local family child care providers and  home visiting services. 

Each of the 18,633 employed staff work together to ensure that children have a foundation for school success.

Puerto Rico offers a rich history of outreach to children and families throughout the island. 


The more than 35,000 children receive a variety of services everyday, including education, health, nutrition, and parent education.


The 1,777 teachers and 1,824 assistants, along with family workers work to help children get the Head Start Advantage.

The U.S. Virgin Islands is home to two Head Start programs serving St. John and St. Thomas.


Between the two islands, they serve 122 infants and toddlers along with 963 preschool age children. full day classroom experiences.

Children of the U.S. Virgin Islands receive a continuum of services that meet the needs of the whole child.