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Working Together to Connect Pregnant and Parenting Youth Experiencing Homelessness with Early Head Start
FYSB and OHS collaborate to help pregnant and parenting homeless youth and their children.
Forty years ago, the Refugee Act was signed into law, formally establishing the federal refugee resettlement program and creating the Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR) at HHS’ Administration for Children and Families (ACF). While the program has seen many changes over the years, including various fluctuations in arrivals and an expansion of populations under ORR’s authority, ORR has remained flexible and committed to responding to many diverse humanitarian needs and situations.
Every February 7th through 14th National Marriage Week celebrates the commitment of men and women who choose to dedicate themselves to one another through marriage. Marriage ceremonies are one of our society’s most meaningful traditions, and the institution of marriage is the bedrock of America’s family life. ACF supports marriage and celebrates those who make these vows.
ECD and ACF leadership involvement with the Dept of Education’s ED Games Expo 2020 which hosted the first-ever Early Childhood Development and Early Learning Expo.
National Runaway Prevention Month focuses on the importance of prevention services.
Commissioner Jeannie Hovland describes the takeaways from her recent trip to the Pacific Basin.
Eric D. Hargan joined Assistant Secretary Lynn Johnson in Seattle, Washington, this week for the ninth of ten roundtables being held across the country to discuss improving access to affordable high-quality child care. We have now heard from almost a thousand stakeholders across the country and we expect to hear more through a Request for Information that we released last month on this issue.
ACF wants to offer mothers and fathers more choice and flexibility with child care, so they can choose how to balance home and work life in a way that best serves their needs, benefits their children, and allows them to fully participate in our economy.