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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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Working to Improve the Well Being of Families

ACF addresses health issues in program delivery.

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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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How Grantees of Ex-Prisoner Reentry Project Work with Fathers to Strengthen Families

Grantees working with ex-prisoners provide insights as to how to deliver services to these men.

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President’s 2016 Budget Would Boost Work to End Family Violence, Youth Homelessness and Teen Pregnancy

Here’s a snapshot of what the President has proposed and what the new dollars would accomplish.

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ACF Programs Receive Boost from FY 2016 Budget

Obama Administration proposes increased funding for children’s services, domestic violence survivors and anti-trafficking programs.

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Two Anniversaries, One Goal: Celebrating the Runaway & Homeless Youth and Family Violence Prevention & Services Acts

Associate Commissioner highlights goals of Runaway & Homeless Youth and Family Violence Prevention & Services Acts on historic anniversaries.

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Sil Lai’s Story

"I finally got out of the relationship after one too many trips to the emergency room."

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Jane's Story

Because the domestic violence shelter was there, my children and I are alive.

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Shana’s Story

"Most victims would say that you become the queen of appearance. You know how to smile regardless of what just happened and act like everything is fine.”

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