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Social Media at ACF Growing

Get real-time updates about programs promoting the economic and social well-being of families, children, individuals and communities.

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Obama Administration Provides Crucial Help to Children, Families, and Communities in FY 2017 Budget

Budget includes increased funding for programs benefiting early childhood development, children and families, communities, Native Americans and agency's interoperability.

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Beyond Breaking Bread

What Head Start Programs Do to Celebrate and Serve Our Nation’s Children, Families, and Communities.

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New Americans and ACA

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

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

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

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The Faces of New Americans: Meet Parangkush Subedi

Former refugee now works to better conditions for refugees

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The Faces of New Americans: Meet Essey Workie

A visionary and advocate for New Americans.

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The Faces of New Americans: Meet Maysee Yang Jacobs

After the Vietnam War, her family fled Laos to the United States to seek refuge.

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New Americans 101

A primer on the President’s initiative to better integrate immigrants and refugees into American communities.

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