Innovative models work together to serve young children in poverty.
“I felt like everyone was looking at me, even though I had carefully caked on make-up to cover the bruises.”
“The Boxtrolls” help recruit adoptive parents for the 102,000 children in foster care awaiting permanency in an adoptive home.
The Affordable Care Act makes it easier for all Americans, including LGBT individuals, to access health coverage through the Marketplace and Medicaid. Open enrollment begins again on Nov. 15.
“Dad would strike mom. She would cry and apologize and I would hide. That was my job, when things got ugly I was to be invisible.”
“In March 2010, I incorporated my ‘safety plan’ and left my husband.”
The Office of Family Assistance is exploring strategies to reengage low-income boys and men of color to increase their levels of economic stability with the goal of improving individual and family well-being.
Youth homelessness is a complex issue that often has deep roots in family conflict, poverty and trauma.
Open enrollment begins again on Nov. 15.
Today, FVPSA supports nearly 1,600 shelters, 200 Tribes and Tribal organizations, and domestic violence coalitions in 56 states and territories.
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