Higher Horizons Head Start, a private, non-profit organization established in 1963, is a delegate agency of the Fairfax Office for Children. In December 2009, Higher Horizons Day Care Center became a grantee for Early Head Start and was awarded funding through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. The agency serves 300 low-income children and families in the Bailey’s Crossroads and Falls Church communities of Fairfax County, Virginia in a fully integrated system of services. Higher Horizons is licensed by the Virginia State Department of Social Services.

We serve expectant parents, infants, toddlers, preschoolers and their families. We have highly qualified, caring staff members who receive on-going training and education. Higher Horizons believes parent and community involvement are the key elements needed to build a quality early childhood program. We are committed to delivering services with pride and excellence.



Virginia Department of Health Guidance for Childcares

Critical Updates on COVID-19 from the American Academy of Pediatrics.

  • Pediatric Mental health Minute videos available.
  • COVID Town hall Sessions

Information for Families from American Academy of Pediatrics.

Virginia Department of Social Services COVID-19 Resources.

  • Virginia COVID-19 Energy Assistance Program.

Virginia Department of Education School Reopening Guidance

  • Virginia’s Return to School Plans
  • State Snapshot

Office of Head Start ECKLC Head Start Resources

Office of Head Start Guidance on Head Start Supporting emergency Childcare

National Head Start Association COVID-19 Policy and Resources for Head Start Parents and Caregivers.

How Head Start can help support vulnerable children and families.

OTHER COVID-19 Resources.

Daily situational Reports from the World Health Organization

Virginia Department of Health

CDC Guidance for Childcare Programs

CDC Guidance for Back to School Planning for Families

COVID-19’s risk among Child Care Providers

  • Read Yale University ‘s Study on the Spread of COVID-19 among Child Care Workers and explore resources from Child Care America


  • Health Services Advisory Committee. – Every Quarter.
  • Update of Health Policies and Procedures to address COVID-19 Guidance.

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