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April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Sexual assault can happen in relationships, too.

Radio interview of Kurt Heisler, senior policy advisor for technology and innovation with ACYF

Data Visualization – A Tool to Improve Strategic Decision Making

From information to insight – using data visualization to drive change.

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Teens with Disabilities Have the Right to Healthy Relationships

Our response to teen dating violence must include youth of all abilities.

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Social Media at ACF Growing

Get real-time updates about programs promoting the economic and social well-being of families, children, individuals and communities.

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When a Healthy Relationship Becomes the #Relationshipgoals for Teens

The uncommon has become common among Teen Dating Violence.

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February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month

Let’s end teen dating violence together.

Domestic Violence Awareness Month - Purple Ribbon

Domestic Violence Awareness Month 2015, Part 2

Exciting federal efforts to end domestic violence and homelessness.

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It Takes a Village to Combat Domestic Violence

Acknowledging the effects of domestic violence on American Indian and Alaskan Native communities and the need for collaboration to prevent further victimization.

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Domestic Violence Awareness Month 2015, Part 1

Hear about the exciting efforts to end domestic violence!

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Leading Hurricane Sandy Recovery for Domestic Violence Victims

The long road to recovery nearly three years later.

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