Child Abuse & Neglect

Photo of the Smithsonian's National Museum of the America Indian.

The Way Forward: ACF Research with American Indians and Alaska Natives

Recent meeting highlighted research, performance measurement and evaluation activities in American Indian and Alaska Native communities.

Photo of two girls gossiping behind a girl who is unhappy.

You Can Stop the Bullying of LGBT Youth

Parents, schools, and communities can play an important role in creating environments where all youth can feel physically and emotionally safe.

Photo of Administration of Native Americans Commissioner Lillian Sparks

Protecting Our Sacred Ones

ANA Commissioner Sparks Robinson recognizes efforts to serve and protect Native American families during National Foster Care Month.

ACF Regional Administrators Tom Sullivan and Nancy Thoma Groetken attend a HHS Tribal Consultation in Denver.

Tribal Leaders Meet in Denver to Discuss Realities of Sexual Violence and Human Trafficking

Sex trafficking is happening in the United States, and it is happening in Indian Country.

Cover of the Child Abuse Prevention Treatment Act online publication that has the headline: 40 years of Safeguarding America's Children

40 Years of CAPTA Featured in New Online Publication

The publication combines historical source materials with contemporary reflections on the impact of the legislation.

A colorful mosaic that shows a family with the words Making Meaningful Connections.

Avoid being FROZEN out!

The 19th National Conference on Child Abuse & Neglect - Making Meaningful Connections

Artwork of drawings and photos of children and families that include the words "Making Meaning Connections" - 2014 Prevention Resource Guide

April Is National Child Abuse Prevention Month

This year, we celebrate the theme "Making Meaningful Connections" to help protect children and youth and strengthen families.

Photo of two youth smiling.

New CB Web Section Offers Videos and Publications on Program Evaluation in Child Welfare

Program evaluation plays a critical role in child welfare.

A 5-year-old boy picks from10 to 20 pounds of cotton a day, circa 1916 (Library of Congress)

Revisiting Children’s Bureau History to Move Forward

By remembering its history, the Children's Bureau will help carve a path for its future.

President John F. Kennedy and Katherine Brownell Oettinger, Chief of the Children’s Bureau. (Abbie Rowe, White House Photographs, JFK Presidential Library & Museum, Boston)

The Children’s Bureau’s Tradition of Leadership

History of agency's leaders detailed in new e-book "The Children's Bureau Legacy: Ensuring the Right to Childhood."

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