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The Child Care and Development Block Grant (CCDBG) Act is the law (along with Section 418 of the Social Security Act) that authorizes the federal child care subsidy program known as the Child Care and Development Fund (CCDF). It is the primary Federal funding source devoted to providing low-income families that are working or participating in education and training with help paying for child care and to improving the quality of care for all children. The CCDF program helps fund child care assistance for 1.4 million children under age 13 each month throughout the United States, U.S.

Find Proposed and final federal regulations issued by ACF.

Read the proposed regulations and performance standards for Runaway and Homeless Youth Program grantees.

Policy Guidance & Reporting Forms

Sections 2953-4 of the Patient Affordable Care Act of 2010 authorize the Personal Responsibility Education Program and restore funding for the Abstinence Education Program through September 2014.

This Federal Register notice requests public comment and consultation meetings about improving the process by which the Children's Bureau reviews title IV-B and IV-E plan requirements.