Early Head Start Annual Report

Hope Street Early Head Start Program provides full-year home, center-based, and combination option Early Head Start services for low-income pregnant women and families with young children, 0-3 years of age. The availability of a continuum of program options is responsive to the varied needs of the young families who reside within our community. Enrollment priorities include children with special needs, children in foster care, homeless families, teen parents, and non-English speaking parents. Working in partnership with families - our multidisciplinary team of teachers, home visitors, social workers, nurses, and psychologists - strives to enhance children’s development and the quality of life for families, while ensuring access to a comprehensive network of services, many of which are located on or adjacent to the CHMC campus.

Parents have many opportunities to volunteer within the EHS Program, which include Family Literacy classes, parent-child socialization activities, parenting classes, health and nutrition workshops, committee leadership (Health, Self-Assessment and Community Assessment Committess) and the Parent Committee and Policy Council. 

Hope Street Family Center annually conducts a self-assessment of its programs. 

For Program Information Report (PIR) data, please review our 2016 EHS Annual Report.


CHMC Community Benefit Report


Every three years, California Hospital Medical Center conducts a community needs assessment and prepare a community benefit plan based on these needs. California Hospital’s Community Benefit Report is available upon request.