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Department of Education - 9 Back to School Pro Tips for Parents

Make sure this school year gets off to a great start!

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Redefining Myself: Finding Normalcy After Congregate Care

After years in a strict environment, finding the freedom to fail.

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FY 2015 TANF Financial Data: How States Spent Their Funds

This year’s financial data reflects changes that offer more insight into how states actually spend their funds.

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Chicago Launches Subsidized Housing Program for Human Trafficking Survivors

Housing will help human trafficking victims stabilize their lives

Smaller version of ACF 25th Anniversary Word Cloud with human services terms.

Ensuring Secure Futures for Millions of Americans

Celebrating some of the accomplishments of ACF programs for our 25th anniversary year.

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Communities Across U.S. Celebrate National Summer Learning Day

National awareness campaign promotes the importance of summer learning

Class act! Principal Nauiokas and students at Mott Haven Academy in the Bronx. (Photo courtesy Jessica Nauiokas)

It’s Time for Some Stability

For many children in foster care, school is the one predictable and safe place in their life.

Photo of three young girls who are former refugees running in a park. Photo by Georkis Ramos Quintana.

Commemorating World Refugee Day

ACF plays key role in assisting and supporting newly arrived refugees.

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Differential Response and Safety in Six State Child Welfare Systems

New evidence that higher rates of alternative response lead to lower risk of being reported again to child welfare in some states.

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Supporting Healthy Marriage and Relationships for LGBT Populations

Exploring how to address the unique needs of LGBT individuals and families.

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