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Head Start

Child Care & Education

No-cost and low-cost childcare and preschool options for children ages birth through five, as well as free afterschool programs for school-age youth.

Infant & Toddler Care

GLCAP offers infant and toddler care through Early Head Start, which provides multiple no-cost options for families who are seeking quality childcare.


No-cost and low-cost center-based and home-based learning options through Head Start to prepare children for kindergarten by providing quality education.

Home-Based Program

GLCAP's Home-Based Program offers one-on-one at-home learning for families with children ages 0-3.

Migrant & Seasonal Head Start

Educational development opportunities for migrant and seasonal agriculture workers with children ages birth-5, with four center locations throughout Ohio.

Afterschool Program

The GLCAP Afterschool programs provide academic and other support for students and families of Fremont Ross High School.

Week of the Young Child recognizes importance of early learning

The National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) is recognizing April 1-7 as the Week of the Young Child, an event promoting the importance of early learning in children’s lives.

Child Care and Education

Salvation Army helps GLCAP families at Christmas

About 55 families with children enrolled in the Great Lakes Community Action Partnership (GLCAP) Port Clinton Early Childhood Center and Home-Based program received children’s gifts through the Salvation Army Port Clinton Service Center’s holiday gift drive in December.

Child Care and Education