Three-year-olds in Head Start have increased from 24 percent in 1980 to 40 percent in 2013.
A safe, nurturing environment that enriches children’s development is critical to working families and is one of the best investments we can make.
ACF will work even closer with states and child welfare systems to protect children who are vulnerable to human trafficking.
On Jan. 24, Fatherhood Buzz barbershops will host fathers and families for a day of activities to promote healthy lifestyles and behaviors.
From the very start, Head Start was envisioned as a community effort.
Head Start provides the most vulnerable preschool children and their families with comprehensive services to meet their emotional, social, health, nutritional, and mental health needs.
More must be done to prevent abuse to avoid long-lasting health effects.
The White House Task Force on New Americans puts a call out for ideas to help shape the focus of the federal immigration and refugee integration strategy.
This December, the Office of Family Assistance welcomed a new director, Nisha Patel.
From increased grant funding and identification of human trafficking cases to strengthened partnerships and health care response, much was accomplished this past year.
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