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 Learning Centers have been closed to the public since March 2020.  SETA is in the process of re-opening some of their childcare centers.  If you are interested in your child attending in-person services, please use the Start Here button below on the webpage and fill out an Inquiry Form.  If you are already enrolled at a childcare center, your Family Services Worker will reach out via an email or text to let you know the status of your site.

Staff will continue to provide support services and in-home teaching activities for children/families by phone and electronic communication for those who are not prepared to return to in-person classrooms.

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.