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Flooded street with buildings and rescue boats

Water, Water, Everywhere...Are You Prepared?

Having a supply of water is an important part of being prepared for an emergency.

Partially collapsed building in water

Being Prepared is All About the People

Motivating people to be prepared for an emergency.

A playground in front of a large brick building.

Rural IMPACT: Advancing Two-Generation Approaches Across the Country

The program completes its first year we look at efforts and progress of the communities. 

Attendees at the New Americans Symposium

New Americans Symposium in Atlanta

How ACF Region 4 is supporting the White House New Americans Initiative.

Kids drawing at a Manassas Virginia Head Start center

Steps Forward for Head Start

The first wholesale revision to the Head Start Program Performance Standards in the program’s history.

Children at Head Start Storytime

New Head Start Performance Standards

A decade in the making, these standards are designed to better serve children and families.

Child and staff playing in sandtray at PACT EHS

Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership Brings Care to Homeless Infants and Toddlers

Sarah’s Hope in Baltimore now provides trauma-informed care to an additional 24 homeless infants and toddlers through PACT: Helping Children with Special Needs.

Little Girl reaching upwards on a summer day

What Can You Do to Prevent Exposure to Zika?

Knowing how Zika is transmitted can help you protect your family.

Rural houses in a grassy field

Addressing Rural Poverty One Community at a Time

Creating opportunities for families through TANF and other programs.

Head Start teacher sits with two students at a small table

An Exciting Day For Head Start

The new year brings excitement for the new Head Start Program Performance Standards.

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