INKSTER, Mich. (WXYZ) - An early head start program in Inkster will receive a $3.6 million grant to expand services and hire new workers in Detroit.
Starfish Family Services has been awarded the grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
Congressman John Dingell will announce details about how the grant will be used and how many jobs it will create during a news conference Monday afternoon.
According to Starfish's website , early head start is a program that offers free, enriched child care services for children under three years old.
Families must meet income guidelines to be eligible.
The program also offers medical and dental referrals and provides activities to promote healthy parenting.
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