The Family Room Blog

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Never Give Up on Your Dreams

Health care profession program allows Maria Torres to believe in herself and her dream.

Photo of Susan Shain, 28, from Ketchikan, Alaska

Susan’s ‘I’m Covered’ Story

The Health Insurance Marketplace gives you freedom to change jobs or start a business.

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New Measures Developed to Assess Quality of Family and Provider/Teacher Relationships

Research indicates the relationship between the early child care provider/teacher and the parent can contribute to a child’s school readiness.

Drawing of a home with the words "A Forever Home for Margaret"

The Barto Family

When Margaret became available for adoption, her foster family knew that she was meant to stay with them. They all knew that she was home.

Jace Killsback and his family in the park.

New Health Coverage Options for American Indians and Alaska Natives

Members of federally recognized tribes can enroll in the Marketplace at any time.

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Jaquel’s Story

“I want to help dispel the myth that youth from foster care can’t be successful."

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A Message of Thanksgiving

The Office of Refugee Resettlement and its partners provided humanitarian services to more than 175,000 people this past year.

Photo of Carlos Mesa, 24, of Silver Spring, Maryland

Carlos’ #GetCovered Story: Getting My Own Health Insurance for the First Time

Open enrollment for 2015 health care coverage through the Marketplace is already underway.

Photo of a Native American father, mother and son.

Recognizing American Indian and Alaska Native Heritage Month

OPRE’s work in American Indian and Alaska Native Communities.

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Performance Partnership Pilot: New Program Launches to Improve the Lives of Disconnected Youth

Pilot program blends funds from five departments to test cost-effective, outcome-focused strategies to benefit youth in need.

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