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High Quality Early Care and Education is Child Maltreatment Prevention

A decade of collaboration on early childhood issues and child welfare.

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ACF: Serving All Families with Pride

June is Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Pride Month.

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Supporting Summer Youth Work

A summer job can be the start of many great things.

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Teen Pregnancy Prevention: Tracking Success, Finding Innovative Approaches

Our efforts supporting ongoing learning on what works in teen pregnancy prevention services and how we can make them better.

U.S. American National Red Cross Hospital No. 5, Auteuil, France: Wounded American soldier, a Choctaw Indian from Oklahoma

Native American Military Service and Sacrifice

A glimpse into the history and impact of Native service.

Congratulations to the grand prize winner of the rethink supply chains challenge - Sustainability Incubator & Trace Register and the runner-up Good World Solutions

Technology Used to Tackle Labor Trafficking in Supply Chains

Meet the winners of the Rethink Supply Chains Challenge.

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Around the World with the Polynesian Voyaging Society

Preserving traditions and the earth through sailing.

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Connections Between Trafficking and Homeless Youth

New resources identify trends, and ACF is ready to provide assistance.

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Flint Does Not Suffer Alone

How mine run-off and other water pollutants are harming Native nations.

Don't Miss This Webinar

Cultural Awareness and Knowledge are Fundamental to Serving U.S. Children and Families

The Office of Planning, Research, and Evaluation hosted a second discussion on cultural responsiveness.

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