Henderson Outreach Mentoring Education
What is the HOME Program?
The HOME Program is a federally funded program that complies with the requirements of the Stewert B. McKinney Homeless Assistance
Act and with the provisions contained in Kentucky’s Consolidated State Application to the U.S. Department of Education.
What assistance is available through the HOME Program?
The HOME Advocate, Recruiter and Advocate Assistants will help identify families, provide educational assistance and make referrals to appropriate agencies. The program will facilitate communication between the school, community agencies and the families, to insure coordination of all available resources for the benefit of the children.
Who is eligible to participate?
Eligibility is based on any student, pre-school through high school that their primary residence is one of the following circumstances:
What services are available through the HOME Program?
3 Home visits
3 Monitoring - educational
3 Medical services
3 GED training
3 Housing referral
3 Parent training
What are the objectives of the HOME Program?
Students sometimes experience difficulties making transition as the result of mobility. The HOME program will:
3Inform parents/guardians or youth of legal rights
3Provide educational opportunities for parents/guardians or qualifying youth
3Encourage good attendance and educational success
Who will provide assistance?
Title I Coordinators
Support Programs Director
Intervention Center staff
Student Assistance Program
St. Vincent De Paul
Adult Learning Center
Volunteer & Information Ctr.
Christian Community Outreach
Primary Care Center
Henderson Community College
For more information about the HOME Program contact:
Migrant-HOME Advocate Assistant