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April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month

This year, we celebrate the theme "Making Meaningful Connections" to help protect children and youth and strengthen families

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Tribal Home Visiting Program Highlighted at Congressional Briefing

Evidence-based home visiting resonates with indigenous values about the importance of community.

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Planning for Refugee and Immigrant Integration Across ACF

How does refugee and immigrant integration fit in to ACF’s Strategic Plan?

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REACH-ing His Potential in Polk County, Iowa

Unemployed and out of prison, a father found a way to get back on track with the REACH program.

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A Healthy Opportunity

Today is the fifth anniversary of the Affordable Care Act.

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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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A Student from the First Class of Head Start Remembers

Head Start children in Appalachia got an opportunity to experience a different world

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Plan Now to Make Summer a Healthy Time in Your Community

Hunger doesn’t take a summer vacation.

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Creating New Connections and New Opportunities to Advance Refugee Integration

Learn how federal and community partners can come together in support of refugee integration, and how we can all be Refugee Champions.

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CDC’s Essentials for Parenting Toddlers and Preschoolers

Using positive parenting to promote safe, stable and nurturing relationships

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