Children who are living in temporary housing can enroll in and begin attending Head Start programs right away,
even if they don’t have the documents normally needed
for enrollment (such as proof of address/residency, immunization records, or birth certificate). Parents of children in temporary housing must be given reasonable time to hand in these documents. In the meantime, the children can enroll and participate in the program. Children who are living in temporary housing also get
priority for enrollment
The answer you give below will help the Head Start program determine whether your child is in temporary housing and eligible for these benefits.
The answer you give will be kept confidential as much as possible and will only be shared with staff providing services to your child and those who have to keep track of how many children in the Head Start program are in temporary housing.