The Family Room Blog
More than 40 Hispanic community leaders from across the country attended ACF's National Hispanic Roundtable to discuss better ways to make our human services programs more accessible to eligible Hispanic families and children.
Since 1990, ANA has funded support of Tribes and Tribal consortia to strengthen their capacity to identify, plan, develop and implement environmental programs.
Review of Interventions Addressing Child Maltreatment Identifies Promising Practices and Calls for Further Research
A new report provides valuable information about what works for a particularly vulnerable population of our nation’s young people.
Program helps Native American youth learn financial management skills, along with the importance of saving for an education.
Human trafficking cuts across nationalities, gender, race, age, and socio-economic class. ACF is working to ensure that victims of all forms of human trafficking have access to the tools they need to rebuild their lives.
Human trafficking is very real, and it affects vulnerable people in rural and urban areas across our country.
The National Human Trafficking Resource Center has made it easier and safer for victims of trafficking to seek help.
Many of the families that the child support program serves might not realize that they are newly eligible for Medicaid and other state health insurance programs or that assistance is available to make health insurance more affordable.
The Obama Administration and the Office of Head Start have engaged in the most comprehensive reform in the history of the Head Start program to ensure delivery of the high-quality services to infants, toddlers and pre-schoolers. First group of potential grantees were announced this week.
ACF's Family and Youth Services Bureau plays an important role in helping unaccompanied young people access a college education.