The Family Room Blog
The Administration for Native Americans funds projects that help local Tribal governments operate farms and provide fresh fruits and vegetables to remote communities.
ACF’s launch of a revamped “Reading Room” will help commemorate “Sunshine Week,” March 10-16 — a nationwide initiative to underscore the importance of open government.
President Obama signs the Violence Against Women Act: What it Means for Victims of Human Trafficking
VAWA reauthorized key federal anti-trafficking programs for the next four years and added new protection for victims of violence and human trafficking.
ACF's Administration for Native Americans looks forward to partnering with other federal agencies to keep its grantees and community informed of tools and resources available under the Violence Against Women Act.
Early childhood education is one of the best investments we can make in America's future.
ACF rolls out key outreach materials in Spanish to help promote access to eligible populations in need of services.
New report says service providers working with Hispanic communities need to recognize that “one size fits all” program development and delivery strategies may not work and adjust their programming accordingly.
President Obama’s focus on expanding and improving programs that prepare our youngest children for school and life is unlike any presidential commitment seen in recent years.
ACF Acting Assistant Secretary George Sheldon travels with a U.S. Congressional Delegation to Korea, Vietnam and Cambodia to explore how best to strengthen adoption processes to ensure compliance with international protocols on child welfare.
No matter where you live, you’ll be able to buy insurance from qualified private health plans that cover a comprehensive set of benefits, including doctor visits, preventive care, hospital visits and prescriptions.