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Total Action for Progress (TAP) announces that on February 1, 2015, TAP’s Early Head Start program was awarded $2.7-million annual grant for five years. This expansion will allow nearly doubling the number of infants and toddlers from low-income families who will receive free, high-quality child care and comprehensive family and health services through the program. The majority of this influx of federal funds will go directly to existing child care providers in the Roanoke and New River Valleys, Alleghany Highlands and the Rockbridge area who are committed to caring for young children from income-eligible families so their parents can work.