UMOS - Building Better Futures
UMOS, a non-profit advocacy organization, provides programs and services which improve the employment, educational, health and housing opportunities of under-served populations.

Childhood Development

Student and teacher

Child Development Services Philosophy

The UMOS Child Development Division is designed to meet the needs of migrant and seasonal farm-working families by offering a wide variety of services that includes center early care and education services ranging between 9 to 12 hours per day. Child development programs also comprise of wrap-around Migrant Child Care services and in some instances weekend care that best supports the needs associated with agricultural work. Child development programs provide a safe, nurturing, high quality, early childhood education with school readiness at the heart of its programming. UMOS believes that the parent is the child's primary educator. UMOS supports this premise by offering early care and education trainings for parents on school roles and responsibilities while maintaining an ongoing, open dialogue about their child's educational progress.





Migrant Child Care Programs - Centers of Care


Migrant Head Start Programs - Get a Great Start