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Belle Harbor, N.Y., March 22, 2013 -- U.S. Army Corps of Engineers continues to work with local communities to remove debris from houses destroyed by Hurricane Sandy. Photo by Kenneth Wilsey/FEMA

Leading Hurricane Sandy Recovery for Domestic Violence Victims

The long road to recovery nearly three years later.

Sattelite photo of a hurricane.

Preparing for Hurricane Season!

September is National Preparedness Month.

Small photo: Hispanic family sitting in a living room planning for an emergency.

Preparing Children for Natural Disasters Reassures Their Safety

Make it a family affair when preparing emergency kids and communication plans.

Guam Governor visits elementary classroom.

Territories Together Initiative

ACF is working to improve service delivery and outreach to American Samoa, Guam, Northern Mariana Islands, Puerto Rico, and U.S. Virgin islands.

Baby crawling towards a laptop screen.

ACF Increases Online Presence

More programs are engaging public through social media 

Image of a road sign with the word "Vision" with a backdrop of a bright blue sky.

ACF Releases 2015-2016 Strategic Plan

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

Photo of a mom holding a toddler who is being vaccinated by a doctor.

Flu Vaccination: Keeping Your Child Healthier in Disasters and Every Day

20,000 children under the age of 5 in the United States are hospitalized annually with flu-related complications.

HHS officials welcome FEMA Corps personnel.

HHS Region VI Welcomes FEMA to Talk Emergency Preparedness, Health and Human Services

Regional HHS Office and FEMA Corps held its first-ever joint event to promote emergency preparedness.

Photo of a family planning for a disaster

Top Ten for Preparedness

ACF Regional Emergency Management Specialist shares tips to help you and your family during a disaster.

President Obama and Homeland Security Secretary Johnson meet with FEMA to discuss hurricane preparedness.

Don’t Wait for a Disaster to Prepare for Recovery

By planning for recovery before a disaster, communities can ensure that health and human services needs are equally prioritized.

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