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The Faces of New Americans: Meet Maysee Yang Jacobs

After the Vietnam War, her family fled Laos to the United States to seek refuge.

Photo of a Hispanic mother, father, son and daughter enjoying a day in the park.

Marriage and Fatherhood Grants Released

ACF funds programs that will provide comprehensive services to participants, including attention to the importance of employment and economic stability.

African american preschooler with books in hands in front of a blackboard ready to learn

HHS Launches National Center of Excellence for Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation

SAMHSA, HRSA and ACF have partnered to build strong, sustainable mental health consultation systems in states and tribal communities across the country teaming mental health professionals with people who work with young children and their families.

Photo of Head Start Children and Parents.

Head Start is ‘Life-Changing’ for At-Risk Children

Thirty-eight percent of the children served by Head Start are of Hispanic or Latino origin.

President Obama visits an early education classroom in Georgia.

Launching a Federal Training and Technical Assistance System

ACF is awarding grants for six new national centers to build the capacity for excellence in early childhood services.

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Domestic Violence Awareness Month 2015, Part 1

Hear about the exciting efforts to end domestic violence!

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Hurricane Katrina 10 Years Later to ACF OHSEPR Today

Learning from the past to improve human services delivery in disasters.

Photo of Rodolfo Licea in his office in Atlanta.

The Faces of New Americans: Meet Rodolfo Licea

From Cuban political prisoner on the Mariel Boatlift to award-winning application developer at ACF.

Sattelite photo of a hurricane.

Human Trafficking and National Preparedness Month: Power Outages

During Hurricane Katrina there were 5,000 missing children.

Hispanic mother and father with child in a pumpkin patch.

New Americans 101

A primer on the President’s initiative to better integrate immigrants and refugees into American communities.

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