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HPOG Hosts Stakeholders Roundtable Meeting

The Health Profession Opportunity Grants Program seeks input from stakeholders and experts from across the fields that the program touches for its second round of grants.

Photo of a child care center showing two providers and nine children.

Annual Early Childhood Conference Changes Name

ACF’s National Research Conference on Early Childhood will continue to showcase cutting-edge research on low-income families with young children.

Photo of a group of diverse children of different ethnicities and races.

New Americans and ACA

Ensuring immigrants and refugees have accessible, affordable and quality health care.

Father and son walking on the beach.

Meet the Williams Family

Being a father means learning on the job.

Silhouette of a father and son.

Sean’s #GetCovered Story

Saving his son’s life and his family’s future.

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Celebrating Tribal Child Care Programs and Leaders

Across, the country, tribal child care programs succeed in health promotion, partnerships and leadership.

Photo of a Native American father, mother and son.

OCSE Commemorates Native American and Alaska Native Heritage Month

Building stronger futures for Native children.

ANA Commissioner Lillian Sparks Robinson (small image)

Honor Our Elders: Our Past. Our Present. Our Future.

HHS celebrates Native Elders for this year’s National Native American Heritage Month.

Smaller photo of Head Start Conference attendees: Maria Taddeo, Laura McCall, Rebecca Garza, Christine Scott, Kayla Myers, Essey Workie, and Dawn Ault.

Early Learning for New Americans: An Opportunity for All Of Us

Reflections on an Interactive Presentation and Discussion at the Virginia Head Start Conference.

Rachel Schumacher playing with a baby in a family child care home.

A Busy Year for Child Care

One year into a new child care law, systems across the country are already changing for the better.

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