North Texas Parent and Child Development, Inc.

Early Head Start

We are a non-profit organization empowering children and families through education. EHS provides early, continuous, intensive and comprehensive child development and family support services to low-income pregnant mothers, infants and toddlers of Wichita County at no cost to families. 


Your financial contribution allows our program to provide child development services to over one hundred low income families each year. Thank you for your support!

About Us

Program Information

Early Head Start complies with all federal guidelines- Head Start Performance Standards, Texas Minimum Standards, Transmittal Notices, and local NTPCDI EHS policies providing children and families with Head Start services. 

The final report to Congress presents complete findings from our seven-year national evaluation of Early Head Start. The findings show that the program promotes learning and the parenting that supports it within the first three years of life. Participating children perform significantly better in cognitive, language, and social-emotional development than their peers who do not participate. The program also had important impacts on many aspects of parenting and the home environment, and supported parents' progress toward economic self-sufficiency.

Goals of Early Head Start

  • To promote and support breastfeeding.
  • To enhance the physical, social, emotional, and cognitive development of infants and toddlers.
  • To support parents as the most important and ongoing teachers and nurturers of their children.
  • To enhance the bond between parents and their infants or toddlers and to promote positive interactions.
  • To offer activities and support for fathers/significant male caregivers. To assist parents in developing strategies and support networks to achieve their goals.

Our program provides the following services for families:

  • Family engagement
  • Disability Services
  • Health Services
  • Nurturing Care
  • Social Services
  • Continuity of care
  • Low pupil to teacher ratio
  • for more please visit Program Options tab