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If you are an American citizen between the ages of 0-64 and uninsured, this article applies to you.
The Point in Time Count (PIT) is a count that occurs every January. The count is the only time in the year most cities, including Cedar Rapids, have the resources to attempt to accurately count the homeless population.
HACAP’s PACES to Quality Program assists home and center-based early child care and education providers through education and training. Our PACES to Quality staff members are leading childcare experts who are here to help providers understand state codes, available community resources, and how to provide the best care for children of all ages.
At HACAP our Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) started October 1st which marked the beginning of the New Year for the program.October 1st allows for elderly and disabled applicants to apply and November 1st opens applications up to all.
Here at HACAP our Head Start Program benefits not only our clients but volunteers and employees who help with the education and development of our children. In our first blog we want to focus on 5 ways Head Start is benefiting the local communities and how you can get involved!