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Celebrating National Minority Health Month

Text4baby helps connect moms of all nationalities to critical health information

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Welcome the New Office of Head Start Director

HHS Secretary Sylvia M. Burwell announced that Dr. Blanca Enriquez will lead Office of Head Start.

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Building Financial Capability Through Integrated Services

April is National Financial Capability Month.

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April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month

This year, we celebrate the theme "Making Meaningful Connections" to help protect children and youth and strengthen families

Photo of a silhouette of a mother holding her a baby in the air.

Tribal Home Visiting Program Highlighted at Congressional Briefing

Evidence-based home visiting resonates with indigenous values about the importance of community.

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What the FY 2016 Federal Budget Could Mean for Victims of Human Trafficking

Proposed funding includes development of a research base to serve victims of human trafficking in the child welfare system.

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LGBT Health Awareness Week

The Affordable Care Act is working for you.

Photo of three young girls who are former refugees running in a park. Photo by Georkis Ramos Quintana.

Planning for Refugee and Immigrant Integration Across ACF

How does refugee and immigrant integration fit in to ACF’s Strategic Plan?

In Memoriam: Jerry Friedman

Human Services Trailblazer Jerry Friedman Remembered

Friedman devoted his life to improving the delivery of human services program to vulnerable families.

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REACH-ing His Potential in Polk County, Iowa

Unemployed and out of prison, a father found a way to get back on track with the REACH program.

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