One of Head Start’s objectives is to provide accessible and individualized resources for families. In a nutshell, Family Service Workers build relationships with families and community resources. Members gain knowledge and resources, share expertise, and brainstorm together in order to establish relationships to best serve individual Head Start family needs.
In this network, FSWs receive support from Region 3’s Training and Technical Assistance Team, community partners, and each other so they may best:
The Virginia Head Start Association Family Service Worker Committee (VAHSA FSWC) meets quarterly, currently on Zoom, but we plan to also meet in person in 2022.
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