The Family Room Blog

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The Farmer Family

Barry Farmer had no problem adopting outside of his race. Everybody deserves love and a family.

Family photo with the words: I’ve launched my small business and can focus on expanding it because I can now afford health coverage for my entire family.” – Betsy Furler

Finally, Some Peace of Mind: My #GetCovered Story

Thanks to the Affordable Care Act, Betsy was able to launch her business and focus on expanding it.

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Edwin's Story

Adoption changed his life, making him feel more confident and happy.

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Visit the Child Welfare Outcomes Data Site for Fast, Flexible Data Reports

Current Child Welfare Data Now Available

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Appreciation for the War on Poverty

ACF employee shares how War on Poverty programs put him on a path toward success. 

Mark Greenberg

A Systematic Approach to Ending Family Homelessness

This week the United States Interagency Council on Homelessness released a multi-pronged approach to ending family homelessness.

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Opportunity for All

The foundations of opportunity begin at birth and grow rapidly during the early years of life.

Robert E. Cooke, M.D.

In Memoriam: Robert E. Cooke, M.D.

One of the principal architects of Head Start passed away on Feb. 2.

Photo of Lynn Gardner Hinkle and her four sons.

Getting Covered Despite Cancer: Lynn’s #Get Covered Story

Single mom of four boys couldn’t get new insurance because of her cancer diagnosis. That changed under the Affordable Care Act.

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ACF Is Deepening Our Relationship with Tribes

Commissioner Sparks Robinson recently provided updates to the United South and Eastern Tribes who were in Washington, D.C., this week to discuss cross cutting issues on education, social services and economic development.

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