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ACF is Funding Research to Strengthen Subsidized Employment Efforts

Thirteen programs in 10 locations around the country are spotlighted in evaluation.

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Safety for All Members of Our Families

Domestic violence affects all members of the family, including pets.

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HHS Secretary Debuts New Campaign to Increase Health Literacy Among Newly Insured

'Healthy Self' promotes health literacy, nutrition and exercise across the nation.

Look Beneath the Surface: Human Trafficking is Modern Day Slavery

ACF Creates New Office on Trafficking in Persons

Strengthening our efforts to serve victims of trafficking across human services systems.

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Coaching Boys into Men

What coaches can do to prevent domestic violence.

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ACF Increases Online Presence

More programs are engaging public through social media 

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Healthy Relationships: Lessons for Teens Taught by Teens

Valuable lessons for teens are delivered through music, skits and games.

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Children’s Bureau Invests in a More Efficient System for Foster Care Placement

New technology will save states money in administrative costs and staff time.

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Their Chance, Your Family

During National Foster Care month, one ACF leader talks about her experience as a foster parent.

Smaller Image: Teen Pregnancy Prevention Month: PREP Teens for the Future

Tailoring Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention Services to System Involved Youth

FYSB strives to give vulnerable youth the tools to avoid pregnancy and transition successfully to adulthood.

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