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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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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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Tribal Home Visiting Program Highlighted at Congressional Briefing

Evidence-based home visiting resonates with indigenous values about the importance of community.

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LGBT Health Awareness Week

The Affordable Care Act is working for you.

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A Healthy Opportunity

Today is the fifth anniversary of the Affordable Care Act.

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ACF Releases 2015-2016 Strategic Plan

Document reflects ACF’s shared vision and commitment to priority work for the coming year.

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Plan Now to Make Summer a Healthy Time in Your Community

Hunger doesn’t take a summer vacation.

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A Portrait of 2-Year-Olds in Early Head Start, Their Families and the Programs Serving Them

New Early Head Start Family and Child Experiences Survey report shares findings on the children and families enrolled and program services.

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Early Childhood and HUD Working Together to End Family Homelessness

Government data shows that 50 percent of all homeless children are 5 years or younger. 

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