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  • Rocky Mountain SER Migrant Head Start Rocky Mountain SER Migrant Head Start

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Mission Statement

Operating a federally funded program for low income families with preschool aged children. RMSER’s culturally sensitive Head Start Programs educate over 2,200 children yearly who are enrolled throughout the State of Colorado. RMSER’s Head Start program also offers qualifying participants support services such as nutrition, health, childcare, clothing, transportation and temporary shelter.

Description

The Migrant Head Start program is federally funded to serves 180 migrant children (ages 6 weeks old to 5 years old) and their families in Adams, Larimer, Mesa, Montrose, and Weld Counties who come every year from May to October to work in agriculture. The program serves families whose income meets federal poverty guidelines and who migrate for the purpose of engaging in agricultural employment.

The Migrant and Seasonal Head Start Program provides child care and a comprehensive services of education, health, nutrition, transportation, mental health, disabilities, and family engagement. The program serves families whose income meets federal poverty guidelines and who migrate for the purpose of engaging in agricultural employment.

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http://rmser.org

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