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Enhancing the Cultural Responsiveness of Social Services

The Office of Planning, Research and Evaluation launches a discussion series on serving diverse children and families.

ANA Commissioner Lillian Sparks Robinson (small image)

Helping Native Communities Help Themselves

Grantee successes show why funding matters.

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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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Improving the Health of the Homeless

A project to improve the health and future of homeless Native Hawaiians.

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Human Trafficking and Sexual Exploitation in Indian Country

Sex trafficking of American Indians and efforts to end this crime.

ANA Commissioner Lillian Sparks Robinson (small image)

Make Using the Affordable Care Act Your New Year’s Resolution

How the ACA can improve the health of those in Indian Country.

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Celebrating Tribal Child Care Programs and Leaders

Across, the country, tribal child care programs succeed in health promotion, partnerships and leadership.

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OCSE Commemorates Native American and Alaska Native Heritage Month

Building stronger futures for Native children.

ANA Commissioner Lillian Sparks Robinson (small image)

Honor Our Elders: Our Past. Our Present. Our Future.

HHS celebrates Native Elders for this year’s National Native American Heritage Month.

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Fighting Chronic Disease: Breast and Prostate Cancer Awareness in Indian Country

Using community support to lower the Native cancer death rate.

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