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The purpose of this document is to provide States and Territories with all the information and resources needed to perform monitoring processes within the Office of Child Care (OCC) Monitoring System. The guide includes background information about the design and structure of the system, instructions for conducting monitoring activities, definitions for key terms and acronyms, and blank and completed examples of monitoring forms.

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.

Access the January 2019 calendar for National Slavery & Human Trafficking Prevention Month activities.

Human Trafficking Webinar for Behavioral Health Professionals: SOAR to Health and Wellness

Stop. Observe. Ask. Respond to Human Trafficking.
August 9, 2017

Many victims of human trafficking come into contact with health care and social service professionals and remain unidentified. Potential victims can present with a wide-range of physical and psychological health issues and social service needs. The SOAR to Health and Wellness training aims to educate health care and social service professionals on how to identify, treat, and respond appropriately to potential victims of human trafficking. This webinar was recorded on March 23, 2017.

Human Trafficking Webinar for Health Care Providers: SOAR to Health and Wellness

Stop. Observe. Ask. Respond to Human Trafficking.
August 9, 2017

Many victims of human trafficking come into contact with health care and social service professionals and remain unidentified. Potential victims can present with a wide-range of physical and psychological health issues and social service needs. The SOAR to Health and Wellness training aims to educate health care and social service professionals on how to identify, treat, and respond appropriately to potential victims of human trafficking.  This webinar was recorded on March 16, 2017.

Many victims of human trafficking come into contact with health care and social service professionals and remain unidentified. Potential victims can present with a wide-range of physical and psychological health issues and social service needs. The SOAR to Health and Wellness training aims to educate health care and social service professionals on how to identify, treat, and respond appropriately to potential victims of human trafficking. This webinar was recorded on March 30, 2017.

SOAR Training Enhancements

Stop. Observe. Ask. Respond. to Human Trafficking
July 13, 2017

The infographic provides a high level overview of the three-tiered approach to enhancing the SOAR to Health and Wellness Training. Related project activities include the development of U.S. state and territorial profiles, webinars on emerging topics, an e-Guide for the general public, organizing meeting(s) of industry stakeholders to identify strategic partnerships to scale the training, and so forth.

The purpose of this Bulletin is to clarify a number of issues surrounding the ACF-801 reporting requirements. Section II provides guidance related to definitions of specific data elements and data element response options. Section III contains contact information if you have questions or need further assistance. Throughout this document the reference to “States” is used to include both State and Territory grantees.

SOAR Training Infographic

A Training for Health Care and Social Service Providers
August 9, 2016

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services developed the SOAR training so that these first responders can identify and assist potential victims.

FYSB sponsored a pre-application webinar for all parties interested in applying for the Tribal Personal Responsibility Education Program.  The webinar was held over the Internet.

The purpose of the conference was to respond to questions about the program announcement. The pre-application webinar was held on May 5, 2016.