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Project HOPE - Virginia: Education for Homeless Children and Youth

Description:

Project HOPE - Virginia ensures the enrollment, attendance, and the school success of children and youth experiencing homelessness through public awareness efforts across the commonwealth and subgrants to local school divisions. School divisions develop customized programs to meet the needs of homeless children and youth in their area. Project HOPE - Virginia funds activities throughout the school year, including early childhood education, mentoring, tutoring, parent education, summer enrichment programs, and domestic violence prevention programs. In addition, emergency services, referrals for health services, transportation, school supplies, and costs related to obtaining school records may be provided through the local Homeless Education Program.

Tag(s): Curriculum/Instructional Methods Early Childhood Early Intervention English Language Learners (ELL)/English as a Second Language (ESL) Other Health Impairment Parent/Family Preschool Related Services State/National Organizations