April is National Financial Capability Month.
Unemployed and out of prison, a father found a way to get back on track with the REACH program.
Document reflects ACF’s shared vision and commitment to priority work for the coming year.
Grantees working with ex-prisoners provide insights as to how to deliver services to these men.
OCSE encourages custodial and noncustodial parents and adults who were once children on a child support case to submit their stories.
The Administration’s fiscal year 2016 budget request proposes a historic investment in research and evaluation across ACF programs.
Obama Administration proposes increased funding for children’s services, domestic violence survivors and anti-trafficking programs.
Parents deserve a second chance to get a job and support their kids once they leave prison.
The intervention produced a highly statistically significant impact at relatively low cost.
The ACF Confidentiality Toolkit will help state and local efforts understand how and when it is possible to share information about a family or individual, in ways consistent with confidentiality laws and requirements.
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