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Abstracts for Special Improvement Project (SIP) grants awarded in FY 2008

Abstracts for Section 1115 demonstration grants awarded in FY 2008

Registration link and meeting agenda for the National Advisory Committee on the Sex Trafficking of Children and Youth in the United States public meeting (December 9, 2020).

Jerry Milner

August 21, 2020

Jerry Milner, D.S.W., is the former Associate Commissioner at the Children’s Bureau.

Registration link and meeting agenda for the National Advisory Committee on the Sex Trafficking of Children and Youth in the United States Public Meeting

Technical Bulletin #5r-v3

ACF-801 Case-Level Data Submission Guidelines
July 27, 2020

This Bulletin was originally developed in 1998 to guide Lead Agencies as they began preparing for required data submission at the onset of the CCDF program. This revision of the Bulletin focuses on what a State/Territory must do if they make changes to their approved plan for data submission, or if they change from submitting sample data to full population data. Much of the information in the original document still applies and is retained in this revision.

Background and Summary, Child Care and Development Fund (CCDF) FY 2018 Expenditure Data

The Office of Human Services Emergency Preparedness and Response (OHSEPR) within the Administration for Children and Families (ACF) and domestic lead for the U.S. Repatriation Program has provided Q&As on the program.

Children's Bureau Approves Nation's First Family First Prevention Plan

District of Columbia's plan becomes the first in the nation submitted to and approved by the Children’s Bureau
October 30, 2019

Children’s Bureau announces the approval of the District of Columbia's Child and Family Services Agency Title IV-E Prevention Program Five-Year Plan: “Putting Families First in DC” as the country's first Family First Prevention Plan under the Family First Prevention Services Act.

National annual foster care and adoption data show the number of children in foster care, although still very high, dropped for the first year since 2011. The number of children achieving permanency through adoption increased for the fourth year in a row to its highest level ever. And the number of children entering foster care dropped for the second year in a row after going up every year since 2013.