Families

A student at Lakota Woglaka Wounspe, an immersion school supported by Oglala Lakota College and current ANA grantee.

Building Children’s Protective Factors : The Extra Effect of Language Programs

Positive cultural identity and confidence go hand in hand with language gains.

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I’m Covered Stories: A Just-in-Time Convert to Health Insurance

Robert realized late last year that he had a growth on his tonsils. He got covered through the Health Insurance Marketplace and made his first doctor’s appointment.

Photo of children's blocks that spell out the word "family."

The Kerin Family

Brothers Joe, Cody and Brandon tell people that being adopted is one of the best things that ever happened to them.

Photo of HHS Secretary Sylvia Burwell hugging Anne Ha during an event in Philadelphia.

Anne's I'm Covered Story

Insuring against the 'What-Ifs.'

Photo of four siblings in the park.

November is National Adoption Month

Two-thirds of the 102,000 children and youth in the U.S. foster care system have a sibling in foster care.

Photo of a family on a farm.

CMS Kicks Off Effort to Help Marketplace Enrollees Stay Covered and Re-Enroll

Consumers should come back to HealthCare.gov, reach out to the call center, or visit with an in-person assister to make sure they choose the plan that best meets their needs starting Nov. 15.

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Head Start Champion Retires After 42 Years of Service

Former Head Start parent, volunteer and federal worker talks about the program that benefitted her family

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Sil Lai’s Story

"I finally got out of the relationship after one too many trips to the emergency room."

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Jane's Story

Because the domestic violence shelter was there, my children and I are alive.

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Shana’s Story

"Most victims would say that you become the queen of appearance. You know how to smile regardless of what just happened and act like everything is fine.”

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