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HHS, Federal Partners Announce Rural IMPACT Demonstration Designees

U.S Department of Agriculture Secretary Vilsack and HHS Acting Deputy Secretary Mary Wakefield announced the 10 Rural IMPACT Demonstration designees.

Photo of Youth Panelists Teddy McCullough, Vanessa Goodthunder, and Vance Home Gun, and with the White House Initiative on American Indian and Alaska Native Education Executive Director Bill Mendoza.

Language is Who We Are and Who We Want to Be

Native American language program staff, researchers and federal representatives come together to discuss challenges and paths to success in teaching Native American languages.

Small photo of a young Native American toddler sitting outside in a park.

Supporting Young Children and Families in American Indian Communities: The Tribal Early Learning Initiative

Obama Administration announces $600,000 in awards to six tribal entities for a new round of TELI grants.

Smaller photo of Youth learning Ojibwe in an after school program in Minneapolis, MN.

Our Language is Our Soul

ANA announces 17 new grants for language projects and the upcoming Native American Language Summit.

Smaller image of the NB3 Foundation logo on its center's door.

Replicating Health and Wellness in New Mexico

ANA funding helps local foundation engage youth for solutions to diabetes and obesity in San Felipe community.

Small photo of the Aha Kane showing a father and son preparing a traditional ceremony together.

Building Possibilities of a Better Future for Native Youth

White House Initiatives My Brother’s Keeper and Generation Indigenous highlight the importance of community-based solutions to complex problems.

Look Beneath the Surface: Human Trafficking is Modern Day Slavery

ACF Creates New Office on Trafficking in Persons

Strengthening our efforts to serve victims of trafficking across human services systems.

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

ANA Commissioner Lillian Sparks Robinson (small image)

ACF and Tribal Leaders Working Together

ACF Tribal Consultations provide the opportunity to get it right for American Indian and Alaska Native children and families.

Look Beneath the Surface: Human Trafficking is Modern Day Slavery

Bridging Minority Health and Human Trafficking

Linking minority health and human trafficking starts with an honest conversation about the social determinants of health.

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