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.
Native American tribes operating “comprehensive” child support programs increased from nine to 56 in only 14 years.
Agencies developed a new partnership to bring employment, health and legal resources to fathers who stay involved in children's lives.
Honor is presented to an attorney who demonstrates the highest level of professionalism and integrity within the executive branch of federal government.
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