CAFI Head Start in Haralson taking applications

From Staff Reports
education@newnan.com
The Head Start and Early Head Start programs operated by Community Action for Improvement in Haralson are taking applications for students ages six weeks to 5 years old.
The center is located at 171 Magnolia Street in Haralson, said center representative Melvina Clayton.
Children with disabilities are accepted.
Those wishing to register a child should bring:
• Identification for the parent or guardian,
• Child’s birth certificate,
• Proof of income (check stub, W-2 or letter from employer),
• Medical insurance card (Medicaid, Peach Care or private insurance), and

• Proof of residence.

For more information on the program call 770-599-6383.


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