The Family Room Blog
Region 4 promotes ACF’s national vision to make a positive difference in the lives of our nation’s most vulnerable children and families.
Today, 20,000 children from U.S. foster care previously photolisted on the AdoptUSKids website are now living with adoptive families.
The United States has welcomed more than 3 million refugees to America, through resettlement from over 80 countries, including Viet Nam, countries of the former Soviet Union, Somalia, Afghanistan, Iraq, Iran, Cuba, Cambodia, Laos, Burma and Bhutan.
ORR has established programs designed to ensure that LGBT refugees receive comprehensive, culturally-sensitive, and LGBT-friendly services and support.
Providers and federal staff are working to make Early Head Start and Head Start Centers more welcoming to LGBT families.
ACF has taken steps to strengthen services for LGBT populations, who may be disproportionately at risk of poor outcomes related to health, economic security and social well-being.
A special message from Earl Johnson, director of the Office of Family Assistance
Today's fathers contribute to their children's overall development and well-being in many ways.
Obama Administration creates toolkit to help child welfare agencies, federal prisons and residential reentry centers keep incarcerated parents connected to children
Men’s health issues rarely affect only the male. They take their toll on the entire family unit.