Head Start provides full-day, full-year, quality and developmentally-appropriate childcare to low-income children and families. The goals of Head Start are to enhance children’s physical, social, emotional and cognitive development; enable parents to be better caregivers and teachers to their children; and help parents meet their own goals, including financial stability.
Food Reservoir Program and Transitions to Housing Stability
HACAP provides a portfolio of health and human services to approximately 53,000 Iowa citizens, living in Benton, Iowa, Johnson, Jones, Linn or Washington counties. As a community action agency, they focus on the identification of existing community needs and the provision of innovative solutions across several service domains: education, emergency services, employment, income management, housing, health, nutrition, senior services and community connections.
Transitions to Stable Housing
Rural Senior Services
HACAP’s Rural Senior Services provides home-delivered meals, center-based dining and a chore and medical equipment lending closet within Benton County.