Parents are involved in the identification and use of family and community resources to meet the basic life support needs of the family.


  1. Parents are provided or made aware of available community resources such as adult classes, financial assistance programs, employment counseling, parenting resours and others as identified by families. All of these will bocumented in WebCAF as provided.
  2. Each family receives a comprehensive Resource Directory at orientation with instructions on how to use it to access information / services.
  3. On home visits and other opportunities as they arise, staff will give referrals based on needs the families have identified in the Family Partnership Survey process.
  4. Program consultants will regularly send information on other opportunities for education, community collaboration and resource/referral. These are posted on parent bulletin boards, agency computer portal and referenced at parent events, home visits, and in monthly newsletters. ( buy cialis 2.5 mg online marketing paper geology master's thesis ideas watch see url interesting ways to start an essay resume help customer service application essay help services click here phd hindi thesis thesis question generator indonesia paper pay for my custom best essay on founding fathers levitra pharmacy how long does it take a viagra to work custom dissertation chapter editor websites ca how to cite a source in apa format follow source link custom papers writer website au english grammar essay source site esl essay editing checklist source see Site Classroom Newsletter policy)

This policy complies with Head Start Performance Standard 45 CFR Section 1304.40.
It was approved by Policy Council on September 9, 1997. August 2013. August 2014
Updated June 25, 2002. July 2014
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