Families

Photo of medical professionals.

Mapping Out Access to Health Care

HHS has developed resources to help people with new health care coverage understand their benefits and connect to primary care and the preventive services that are right for them.

Photo of Jeannie Chaffin and Carl Rosenkranz

The Promise of Community Action

Office of Community Services Director reflects on the legacy and spirit of community action throughout the years.

The PLLN’s trademarked logo supporting Tribal Child Care with an adult and four children against a backdrop of a tribal star-quilt.

Training Tribal Leaders Nationwide

The Child Care Peer Learning and Leadership Network.

Photo of a goat herd on a Utah farm.

East African Refugee Goat Project: Birthing of a Refugee Business

New eco-friendly project will benefit three new refugee communities in Utah.

A picture of young girl with the statements "Look Beneath the Surface" and "Human Trafficking is Modern Day Slavery" placed over the photo.

Human Trafficking and Indigenous Populations

Risk factors for trafficking of American Indian, Alaska Native and Pacific Islanders include poverty, poor education and inequality.

Photo of a Navajo Dancer.

Tribal Programs Gaining in Number and Strength

Native American tribes operating “comprehensive” child support programs increased from nine to 56 in only 14 years.

Photo of Kim Phillips, Mandy Smith and Sharon DeBerry

Early Childhood Professionals Learn About Creating a Safe Place for All Families

LGBT families share concerns and advice with early childhood development professionals.

Photo of the interior of a greenhouse, with several rows of plants.

KISRA – Changing Behaviors, Changing Lives, Changing Futures for West Virginia Families

Technology encourages entrepreneurship and healthier lifestyle in Dunbar, West Virginia.

Young children from the Pine Ridge Reservation.

20 Years of Language Project funding for Native American Communities

ANA is set to announce its new Native Language Grants for fiscal year 2014 and reflects on the recent Native American Languages Summit and growing national support to assist Native American language survival.

A photo of Angie Godfrey who is a Program Specialist for the Office of Head Start.

Happy 20th Anniversary, Early Head Start!

A momentous decision two decades ago acknowledged how important the period from prenatal to age three was to children’s development and well-being.

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