Head Start Centers
Mailing & Physical Addresses & Phone Numbers
Southeast Arkansas Community Action Corporation
Post Office Box 312 * 1208 North Myrtle
Warren, Arkansas 71671 * Phone: 870/226-2668 * Fax: 870/226-5637


Amy Howard
Head Start Director
Amyhoward@seacac.com
870-226-2668 x313

Crossett Head Start
708 Main Street
P. O. Box 506
Crossett, AR 71635
870/364-8640
Fax: 870/364-1705
CD: Marqushia Bridges

Dermott Head Start
524 East Speedway
P.O. Box 126
Dermott, AR 71638
870/538-5866
Fax: 870/538-5888
CD: Lorraine Hawkins

Dumas Head Start
244 South Main
P .O. Box 567
Dumas, AR 71639
870/382-0462
Fax: 870/382-0465
CD: Bobbie Brooks

Hamburg Head Start
613 Main Street
P.O. Box 285
Hamburg, AR 71646
870/853-2405
Fax: 870/853-4533
CD: Yelma Brock


Hermitage Head Start
115- 1/2 Main Street
P.O. Box 334
Hermitage, AR 71647
870/463-8504
Fax: 870/463-8504
CD: Angela Russell

Lake Village H.S.
303 Columbia Street
P. O. Box 346
Lake Village, AR 71653
870/265-3700
Fax: 870/265-5719
CD: Berelyn Konedy

McGehee Head Start
800 South First Street
P. O. Box 511
McGehee, AR 71654
870/222-3813
Fax: 870/222-4687
CD: Rosemary Jackson

Mitchellville H.S.
532 N. Martin Luther King Dr.
P. O. Box 567
Dumas, AR 71639
870/382-5976
Fax: 870/382-3013
CD: Tina Britton
Monticello Head Start
175 Henley St. (C. Park)
P. O. Box 1025
Monticello, AR 71657
870/367-1992
Fax: 870/367-1992
CD: Michelle Brewer

Warren Head Start
1312 West Pine
P.O. Box 176
Warren, AR 71671
870/226-2306
Fax: 870/ 226-1435
CD: Seneca Gulley

*Monticello Centers are working under the same license.

Child Nutrition Program
Provides nutritional meals (breakfast, lunch, and snack) for Head Start and Child Care children enrolled.
The objectives of the Head Start Program are to provide comprehensive health, educational, nutritional, social, and other services primarily to economically disadvantaged preschool children and their families, and to involve parents in activities with their children so that the children will attain overall social competence. Parents also participate in various decision making processes related to the operation of the program. Transportation is available for children if parents are working or enrolled in school.
SEACACAC is in compliance with Titles VI and VII of the Civil Rights Act and is operated, manages and delivers services without regard to age, religion, disability, political affiliation, veteran status, sex, race, color or national origins.