In its last runaway study, the Department of Justice reported more than 1.6 million youth ran away or were kicked out of their homes.
$2.9 billion will help struggling Americans maintain healthy and safe homes.
Since 1990, our nation has dedicated the month of November to raise public awareness of children in the U.S. foster care system waiting for a permanent adoptive home.
Infographics' poster-like illustrations grab our attention and help us visualize data.
In the last 12 years, 11 children have called the Rollins Household their home.
Adoptive parents share their experiences of family traditions, vacations and welcome dinners bestowed on each child who enters the Castillo home.
More than 8,000 Lights on Afterschool events highlight the importance of high quality programs for school-age children.
New York, District of Columbia, Tennessee, Hawai’i, Idaho, Montana, Nebraska and Rhode Island given flexibility with foster care funds to spur innovation.
Office of Human Services Emergency Preparedness and Response works hard to provide information and tools to better prepare ACF programs and the individuals, families and communities served by them.
How does a single father have enough time to discuss emergency preparedness with his two sons?
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