Families

Photo of a baby's face laying in a crib.

Partnering with LGBT families in Early Head Start and Head Start

Providers and federal staff are working to make Early Head Start and Head Start Centers more welcoming to LGBT families.

Photo of gay couple, one man hugging another.

Research on the Human Service Needs of LGBT Populations

ACF has taken steps to strengthen services for LGBT populations, who may be disproportionately at risk of poor outcomes related to health, economic security and social well-being.

Sihoulette of father holding up a baby on the beach during a sunset.

Father Figures Making a Difference

Today's fathers contribute to their children's overall development and well-being in many ways.

Sesame Street Characters Murray and Alex will talk about their family in jail.

Improving the Future for Children of Incarcerated Parents

Obama Administration creates toolkit to help child welfare agencies, federal prisons and residential reentry centers keep incarcerated parents connected to children

Photo of a dad, child and mom lifting their arms at a park.

Healthy Men, Healthy Families

Men’s health issues rarely affect only the male. They take their toll on the entire family unit.

Photo of Native American dad holding his child.

Celebrating and Supporting Native Fathers

Using Culture to Celebrate and Support Native Fathers

A photo of Rolando Calderón wearing his medical scrubs and a stethoscope.

Affordable Care Act: Lifting People Out Of Poverty

ACA Prepares the Next Generation of Medical Professionals

Sattelite photo of a hurricane.

Disasters Don’t Discriminate (But Sometimes People Do)

Office of Human Services Emergency Preparedness and Response, the Human Rights Campaign and the National Center for Transgender Equality host a webinar on helping LGBT individuals and families during an emergency response.

NASAC Project participant tends garden increasing self sufficiency for his family.

Community-driven Projects Support Native Pacific Islanders

ANA funds programs that honor the culture and heritage of Native Pacific Islander communities, while also improving their economic condition and social self-sufficiency.

Malia Sanchez (fourth person on the left), was awarded the 2012 Small Business Association Women in Business Champion of the Year of the City and County of Honolulu at her aesthetics academy.

Promoting Economic Development on the Hawaiian Islands

Since 1988, the Administration for Native Americans has collaborated with the Office of Hawaiian Affairs to provide loans to help Native Hawaiians build businesses, fund home improvements, fund tuition and improve their credit.

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