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A Look at Custodial Parents and Child Support in the United States

In 2014, about one-quarter of children living in families, or  22.1 million children under age 21, lived with only one of their parents.

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La Ley de Salud Funciona Para los Latinos

Millones de latinos asegurados ahora tienen acceso a servicios preventivos tales como mamografías, pruebas de cáncer cervical o vacunas contra la influenza.  El Periodo de Inscripción Abierta en el Mercado de Seguros Médicos termina el 31 de enero de 2016.

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Remembering Vanessa Ann Rich

Lifelong early childhood education advocate was committed to helping children and families living in poverty.

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ACA is Working for Latinos

Millions of insured Latinos now have access to preventative services like mammograms, cervical cancer screenings or flu shots. Open enrollment for the Health Insurance Marketplace ends on January 31, 2016.

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Region 5 Brings ACA Enrollment to New Americans

ACF builds partnerships to bring enrollment to the neighborhoods that need it most.

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Getting Ready for Tax Season

Information about your health coverage is now a part of the tax filing process.

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Using Behavioral Economics to Increase On-Time Child Care Subsidy Renewals

What role can childcare providers play in helping clients renew their child care subsidies on time?

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Why Child Care Packs Quite the Economic Punch

For every federal dollar increase invested in child care, there is a return of $3.80 in local economies.

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Helping Fathers and Families that are Parenting in a Violent World

The Office of Family Assistance hosted a series of town halls to gather information on the impact of violence on raising children.

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Serving and Engaging Fathers in Home Visiting Programs

What strategies do home visiting programs use to engage fathers, what challenges do they face, and what are the potential benefits of participating?

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