This year’s theme centers on the dignity for victims of human trafficking.
Despite common beliefs, slavery in the U.S. did not end 150 years ago.
Research shows that a dependable fatherly presence can promote children’s social and emotional well-being, academic achievement, and many other positive outcomes.
Research identifies a range of approaches in serving these populations.
ACF is using research on early adversity to inform the approaches taken in our programs.
By Preparing Teens for Adulthood, We Can Prevent Too-Early Pregnancy
Parents, schools, and communities can play an important role in creating environments where all youth can feel physically and emotionally safe.
Bill Emerson National Hunger Fellow writes about the great work being done in Baltimore to help the homeless.
This week the United States Interagency Council on Homelessness released a multi-pronged approach to ending family homelessness.
RHY Act authorized a system of emergency shelters for runaway and homeless youth that provided food, shelter and support.
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