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Sattelite photo of a hurricane.

Human Trafficking and National Preparedness Month: Power Outages

During Hurricane Katrina there were 5,000 missing children.

Photo of Youth Panelists Teddy McCullough, Vanessa Goodthunder, and Vance Home Gun, and with the White House Initiative on American Indian and Alaska Native Education Executive Director Bill Mendoza.

Language is Who We Are and Who We Want to Be

Native American language program staff, researchers and federal representatives come together to discuss challenges and paths to success in teaching Native American languages.

Hispanic pre-k students with backpacks on and smiling.

ACF Region 4 Spotlights the Oral Health of Children

Community partners help provide services to farmworker families to combat tooth decay.

Photo of a Latino father and mother with their daughter and son.

ACF's Region 4 Latino Summit

Grassroots organizations and community leaders focused on Latino issues are expected at the 2nd Annual Latino Summit on Sept. 21.

A young boy receiving an immunization shot.

Immunization: A Choice for Public Health

As millions of children return to school this fall, updated medical and immunization records will be needed.

Photo of Mishaela Duran (Horizontal)

A Professional and Personal Dedication to ACF’s Mission

Meet Mishaela Duran, the new director of the Office of Regional Operations.

Smaller photo of youth participating in yoga at a youth center in Alexandria Virginia.

Partnering to Drive Progress

Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention's campaign in Alexandria, Virginia connects with local partners to make a positive impact.

Smaller image of the NB3 Foundation logo on its center's door.

Replicating Health and Wellness in New Mexico

ANA funding helps local foundation engage youth for solutions to diabetes and obesity in San Felipe community.

A photo of two hands holding paper cut outs of a family.

The Woolpert Family

Kimberly Woolpert's only regret: not adopting children sooner.

Photo of a silhouette of a family walking across a covered bridge.

Starting a Second Family

Meet the Class Family from Alabama.

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