The Family Room Blog
Young adults who don’t have appropriate vaccination are at higher risk of catching vaccine-preventable diseases and transmitting them.
ACF's Office of Human Services Emergency Preparedness and Response director reflects on her recent trip to sites devastated by Hurricane Sandy.
This March, ACF celebrates the third anniversary of the health care law that continues to provide critical coverage to millions of Americans.
Colorectal cancer is the second most common cause of death from cancer in men and women in the United States combined.
ACF programs are vital to advancing the role of women in society.
New pilot program will use technology to streamline the placement of foster children across state lines.
The Administration for Native Americans funds projects that help local Tribal governments operate farms and provide fresh fruits and vegetables to remote communities.
ACF’s launch of a revamped “Reading Room” will help commemorate “Sunshine Week,” March 10-16 — a nationwide initiative to underscore the importance of open government.
President Obama signs the Violence Against Women Act: What it Means for Victims of Human Trafficking
VAWA reauthorized key federal anti-trafficking programs for the next four years and added new protection for victims of violence and human trafficking.
ACF's Administration for Native Americans looks forward to partnering with other federal agencies to keep its grantees and community informed of tools and resources available under the Violence Against Women Act.