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Smaller photo of program working with children experiencing homelessness in Honolulu, Hawaii.

Homeless in Paradise

Supporting the Social and Economic Development Goals of Pacific Islander Communities

Image of a road sign with the word "Vision" with a backdrop of a bright blue sky.

ACF Releases 2015-2016 Strategic Plan

Document reflects ACF’s shared vision and commitment to priority work for the coming year.

Photo of a Native American father, mother and son.

New ACF Native Language Initiative Proposal

The Community Native Language Coordination Initiative will enable Native American communities to create a cradle to career native language education system.

Photo of Acting Assistant Secretary Mark Greenberg addressing the press during the unveiling of the HHS budget.

ACF Programs Receive Boost from FY 2016 Budget

Obama Administration proposes increased funding for children’s services, domestic violence survivors and anti-trafficking programs.

Smaller photo of Sauk Language apprentices with masters speakers sitting at a classroom table.

Positive Gains in Indian Country: ANA and Native Communities Partnering Together for Success

The Administration for Native Americans is embarking on its 40th anniversary of providing resources to Native American communities.

A student at Lakota Woglaka Wounspe, an immersion school supported by Oglala Lakota College and current ANA grantee.

Building Children’s Protective Factors : The Extra Effect of Language Programs

Positive cultural identity and confidence go hand in hand with language gains.

Photo of Administration of Native Americans Commissioner Lillian Sparks

Protecting Our Sacred Ones

ANA Commissioner Sparks Robinson recognizes efforts to serve and protect Native American families during National Foster Care Month.

A photo of an entrance sign that reads "University of Guam, home of the tritons, established in 1952."

University of Guam Receives a Native Language Preservation and Maintenance Grant

School took part in ANA's Project Planning and Development training to improve its chances to obtain a grant and submit a winning application.

Native American community with Sec. Kathleen Sebelius, Acting Asst. Sec. George Sheldon and ANA Com. Lillian Sparks. Photo by Navajo Nation Press Office.

Navajo Nation Visit Demonstrates Cultural Resiliency and the Importance of Language

ANA Commissioner Reflects on Recent Trip to the Largest Tribe in Indian Country

NASAC Project participant tends garden increasing self sufficiency for his family.

Community-driven Projects Support Native Pacific Islanders

ANA funds programs that honor the culture and heritage of Native Pacific Islander communities, while also improving their economic condition and social self-sufficiency.

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