Sen. Brown Announces More Than $7.1 Million in Federal Funds for Head Start Programs in Hamilton County

Cincinnati-Hamilton County Community Action Agency and Hamilton County Educational Service Center Will Receive Funding for Early Childhood Development Programs

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Today, U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH) announced new federal funds to support Head Start and Early Head Start programs serving Hamilton County. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services awarded Cincinnati-Hamilton County Community Action Agency $4,753,718 in funds and awarded Hamilton County Educational Service Center $2,393,528 in funds.

“This is excellent news for Hamilton County families and their children,” Brown said. “Head Start and Early Head Start ensure that children have the skills they need to succeed in elementary school and beyond.”

Head Start is a federal program that provides young children from low-income families with programming to prepare them for school. Early Head Start focuses on children ages birth to three. These programs, including health, nutrition, and social services, are designed to ensure their healthy cognitive, social, and emotional development. More information on Head Start and Early Head Start can be found here.

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