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Photo of a young Kim Danek with her sisters and her father sitting outside.

Two Perspectives on Child Support

A woman compares the program of her childhood to her work today.

Small photo of a dad with his little girl at a park.

50 Years of Service to Children, Families and Fathers

Head Start programs learned a great deal from their initial work with fathers.

Smaller photo of a smiling former refugee girl.

Honoring World Refugee Day

Together, let’s reaffirm our nation’s long-standing commitment to welcoming refugees and supporting their integration.

Small photo: Father holding a baby outside in a park.

Telling Fathers’ Stories, Improving Father Services

In search of effective services for dads.

Small photo: Hispanic family sitting in a living room planning for an emergency.

Preparing Children for Natural Disasters Reassures Their Safety

Make it a family affair when preparing emergency kids and communication plans.

Children sitting at a table inside a preschool classroom.

Office of Head Start Proposes Revised Program Performance Standards

Helping grantees focus on what’s important.

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ACF is Funding Research to Strengthen Subsidized Employment Efforts

Thirteen programs in 10 locations around the country are spotlighted in evaluation.

Small photo of a male health care aide with a female patient.

HPOG Program Reduces Barriers to Encourage Male Participation in Health Care Professions

Only one out of five individuals in the health care field are male.

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Safety for All Members of Our Families

Domestic violence affects all members of the family, including pets.

Photo of HHS Secretary Sylvia Mathews Burwell speaking on stage at the Enroll America conference.

HHS Secretary Debuts New Campaign to Increase Health Literacy Among Newly Insured

'Healthy Self' promotes health literacy, nutrition and exercise across the nation.

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