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A Lifeline for Victims of Domestic Violence

Federal funds for domestic violence services released this month will help millions of victims.

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ACF Takes Time to #MPOWR Youth on Take Your Daughters and Sons to Work Day

Nearly 70 children toured the agency dedicated to children and families.

Look Beneath the Surface: Human Trafficking is Modern Day Slavery

Bridging Minority Health and Human Trafficking

Linking minority health and human trafficking starts with an honest conversation about the social determinants of health.

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How to Dispel Three Common Lies Taught to Victims of Trafficking

Victims may not know their rights, feel ashamed, are reluctant to admit to victimization, or fear their trafficker.

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Investing Today in Native Youth for a Prosperous Tomorrow

ANA and ACF will be part of the White House Gen-I Initiative partnering with youth to create opportunity and bolster success.

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Working to Improve the Well Being of Families

ACF addresses health issues in program delivery.

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Recognizing National Youth HIV & AIDS Awareness Day: A Focus on Evidence-Based Programming

National Youth HIV & AIDS Awareness Day takes place April 10.

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Happy 35th Birthday, ORR!

President Jimmy Carter signed the Refugee Act of 1980 into law, officially creating the Office of Refugee Resettlement.

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How Can Understanding Human Development Help Improve Program Effectiveness?

Growing research on early adversity, trauma and toxic stress underscore importance of both reducing stressors on children and families and helping them cope.

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April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month

This year, we celebrate the theme "Making Meaningful Connections" to help protect children and youth and strengthen families

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