Archive Search Results

Please apply a keyword search or select a search facet on the left to narrow search results.

Head Start programs learned a great deal from their initial work with fathers.

The Office of Family Assistance needs your help as it implements a Father’s Day Thunderclap, a new social media promotion tool.

Research shows that a dependable fatherly presence can promote children’s social and emotional well-being, academic achievement, and many other positive outcomes.

Struggles with unemployment and housing instability, income changes, frequent moves and the stress of military service on family life create unique challenges for service members and veterans that can impact their child support cases.  Homeless veterans report that child support concerns are among their most difficult issues. 

MBK has received a tremendous response from people and organizations at all levels that are answering the President's call to action.

Working to improve our understanding of ways to better support incarcerated and formerly incarcerated individuals and their families through ACF programs.

As part of an ongoing campaign to encourage dads to play an active role in their children’s lives, HHS’ Administration for Children and Families (ACF), in collaboration with NASCAR and World Wrestling Entertainment, Inc. (WWE) released a series of new public service announcements (PSAs) with the theme “Make a moment. Dance Like a Dad.”

The Office of Family Assistance hosted a series of town halls to gather information on the impact of violence on raising children.

Using evidence to improve child support program effectiveness.

More programs are engaging public through social media