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Resources for Integrating Financial Capability Services into ACF Programs

In recognition of National Financial Capability Month, we’re highlighting ACF resources in support of financial capability service integration.

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New Funding to Increase the Duration of Head Start Programs

Head Start communities will have access to full school year and full school day programming.

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National Reentry Week: Research on Supporting Reentering Individuals and Their Families

Working to improve our understanding of ways to better support incarcerated and formerly incarcerated individuals and their families through ACF programs.

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April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Sexual assault can happen in relationships, too.

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Summer Meal Programs Fight Hunger with Nutritious Food and Innovation

Web app helps families connect with USDA summer meal sites.

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Announcing New Tools for Our Youngest Scientists and Engineers

Helping families and communities support early access to science, technology, engineering and math for children.

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Autism Awareness and Acceptance Month

CDC estimates autism spectrum disorder impacts 1 in 68 or 1.5 percent of U.S. children.

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ACF at 25: Impacting People, Affecting Change, Empowering Families

The Administration for Children and Families celebrates its 25th Anniversary.

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Celebrating Young Children

ACF created "Investments in Early Learning Profiles" to spotlight the tremendous progress made in recent years.

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Early Childhood Homelessness in the United States

More than half of all children in federally funded homeless shelters are under the age of six.

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