COVID-19 Notice

Head Start/Early Head Start Early Learning Centers

As a result of federal, state and local guidance on COVID-19, SETA Head Start/Early Head Start Early Learning Centers will be closed to the public. Staff will continue to provide support services and in-home teaching activities for children/families by phone and electronic communication.

If you are in immediate need of emergency/crisis assistance, please contact one of the following:

For Emergencies dial: 911

For Family Crisis/Children’s Home:

For Suicide Prevention: (916) 368-3111

Other Resources Needs dial: 211

Meals for Children

School districts are distributing daily meals to children 17 and under on specific school campuses.

More info: https://headstart.seta.net/meals-for-children-during-covid-19/

The following is a list of additional community food resources:

Head Start improves the lives of low-income children by providing family focused child development and school readiness services including education, health, nutrition, and mental health.

Head Start improves the lives of low-income children by providing family focused child development and school readiness services including education, health, nutrition, and mental health.