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Moore Community House Early Head Start

The Moore Community House Early Head Start program provides early childhood education and health and family support services to low income families with pregnant women, infants and toddlers up to age 3.


Our comprehensive services include:

  • MCH EHS Child Care Food Program, which provides each enrolled child with nutritious food and supports nutrition education.

  • MCH EHS Comprehensive Family Services Specialists, who assess the specific needs of individual families and then develop a holistic approach that responds directly to those needs.

  • MCH EHS Expectant Mothers Program offers mothers support to give birth to a healthy infant.  

  • MCH EHS School Readiness Program begins after birth. Over the next three years, Moore provides parenting training and encourages family engagement in the child’s educational journey of positive development, in preparation for success in school.

  • Finally, MCH  EHS helps build relationships between women and employers through Employment and Training Referrals for parents of children in Moore Early Head Start program. 

Through these programs, we open up opportunities for parents to work and go to school while at the same time offering valuable learning experiences for their children.


The Moore Community House Early Head Start program serves children whose families meet federal low-income guidelines or who have disabilities. For additional eligibility information, please contact us.

To start the enrollment process or for more information, please call 228-436-0881. You will need to bring the following  information during your appointment: 

Family Resource Guide:
Supportive Services for Families

A national study by Mathematica Policy Research, Inc., and Columbia University's Center for Children and Families, in conjunction with the Early Head Start Research Consortium, found:

3-year-old children

enrolled in Early Head Start "performed significantly better on a range of measures of cognitive, language, and social-emotional development than a randomly assigned control group."

Parents of the

3-year-old children

"scored significantly higher than control group parents

on many aspects of home environment and parenting behavior."

It also found

impacts for parents on progress towards self-sufficiency, especially for


Moore Community House Early Head Start

Phone 228-436-0881

Fax 228-436-6605

Katina Spaulding, EHS Director

Davis Building:                              Nichols Building:

406 Davis Street                        345 Nichols Street

228-436-0881                       228-436-0633

Annual Report


Volunteer Opportunities


Do you live in Harrison County and have children five years old or younger?

Please take our Community Needs Assessment! It helps make sure that our program truly meets the needs of our community. You can also download a copy here and return it by mail to 406 Davis Street, Biloxi MS 39530. Thank you!

EHS Contact
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