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Project Eagle

Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, Project Eagle’s offices are closed until further notice. All Project Eagle staff are currently working remotely and are available by cell phone or email.

If you are a family enrolled in one of our programs, please contact your Family Support Coordinator or Home Visitor for access to helpful resources during this time. You may also check Project Eagle’s Facebook page for additional updates and resources. Stay safe!

Debido a la pandemia COVID-19, las oficinas de Project Eagle están cerradas hasta nuevo aviso. Todo el personal de Project Eagle actualmente trabaja de forma remota y está disponible por teléfono celular o correo electrónico.

Si usted es una familia inscrita en uno de nuestros programas, comuníquese con su Coordinador de Apoyo Familiar o Visitante de Hogar para acceder a recursos útiles durante este tiempo. También puede consultar la página de Facebook de Project Eagle para obtener actualizaciones y recursos adicionales. ¡Mantenerse seguro!

At Project Eagle we envision a community where children's futures are determined by their interests and dreams and not by their circumstances.

We further this vision by responding to the particular needs of the community's youngest and most vulnerable children and their families.

Project Eagle has three primary purposes:

  1. Preparing Children
  2. Engaging Families
  3. Promoting Excellence

"I have learned how to get to know my child better because of my Home Visit. I feel that I can communicate with and listen to them. It's helped me understand how much they've suffered when I've been in pain."

- Project Eagle Early Head Start Home-Based Program Parent

Project Eagle is committed to the young children in Wyandotte County. Our annual community assessment highlights the increased likelihood for young children in Wyandotte County to experience one or more risk factors that make them susceptible to experiencing a significant number of adverse child experiences. The Children's Mercy Hospital's 2016 Community Needs Assessment estimates that 36.7% of children in Wyandotte County live in poverty and nearly half of experience one or more adverse childhood experiences. These risk factors, coupled with persistent challenges and barriers to adequate and quality services and interventions, can lead to lower levels of school readiness, poor health outcomes, lower levels of parental engagement, and dismal long-term outcomes.

Why is our work important?

Read our Annual Report to learn more!

Last modified: Oct 12, 2020

Project Eagle 2019-2020 Annual Report