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General disaster recovery flexibilities [Information memorandum]

The Administration for Children and Families (ACF) and the Office of Head Start (OHS) are very concerned about the devastation resulting from disasters affecting Head Start programs, children, families, and staff. In the event of a significant disaster, such as a hurricane, wildfire, or tornado, OHS is removing barriers to make it easier for Head Start agencies to meet the needs of affected children and families, especially newly homeless children and families. Head Start programs serve a critical role in the recovery of impacted communities. (author abstract)
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