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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.

Photo of a silhouette of a mother and a child walking along the beach.

From Child Care Assistance Client to Office of Child Care Employee

ACF worker shares how her life came full circle.

Photo courtesy of the Allegany Human Resources Development Commission

HHS, Federal Partners Announce Rural IMPACT Demonstration Designees

U.S Department of Agriculture Secretary Vilsack and HHS Acting Deputy Secretary Mary Wakefield announced the 10 Rural IMPACT Demonstration designees.

Photo of Hispanic Children at a Head Start Migrant Center in South Texas.

Head Start Supports the Early Learning of Hispanic Children and Families

Customizing programs to meet cultural needs of families.

Photo of business leaders speaking with ECD's Deputy Assistant Secretary Linda K. Smith.

It Takes An Arkansas Village to Raise a Child

A story of real community collaboration.

Smaller photo of a granddaughter hugging her grandfather.

Turning 65 soon? How to Transition from the Marketplace to Medicare Coverage

Once Medicare eligibility begins, you’ll have a 7 month Initial Enrollment Period to sign up.

Smaller photo of Jason Dieckhaus, his wife Molly and their two Dachshunds.

Don’t Forget Your Four Legged Friends

September is National Preparedness Month and it’s important to include all members of your family.

Photo of Youth Panelists Teddy McCullough, Vanessa Goodthunder, and Vance Home Gun, and with the White House Initiative on American Indian and Alaska Native Education Executive Director Bill Mendoza.

Language is Who We Are and Who We Want to Be

Native American language program staff, researchers and federal representatives come together to discuss challenges and paths to success in teaching Native American languages.

Photo of Head Start Children and Parents.

Head Start Staff Serve as a Lifeline for Families and Communities

Often families living in poverty are not aware of services available for themselves and their children.

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