New Americans

Photo of a silhouette of a family walking across a covered bridge.

New Americans and the Affordable Care Act

Ensuring immigrants and refugees have accessible, affordable and quality health care.

Smaller version of ACF 25th Anniversary Word Cloud with human services terms.

Hearts, Hope, and America’s Safety Net

The Administration for Children and Families is celebrating 25 years of impacting people, affecting change and empowering families.

Image of six paper dolls holding hands, casting a long shadow.

Building Communities, Building Hope for New American Families

Community-Based Child Abuse Prevention Program provides hope for families.

A young Latina being interviewed by a researcher.

Enhancing the Cultural Responsiveness of Social Services

The Office of Planning, Research and Evaluation launches a discussion series on serving diverse children and families.

White House Deputy Director of Hispanic Media Valentina Pereda and her mother

Celebrating the New American in My Family

The White House Task Force on New Americans held its third Regional Convening in Miami.

Small photo of Heartland navigators sign up individuals for health insurance.

Region 5 Brings ACA Enrollment to New Americans

ACF builds partnerships to bring enrollment to the neighborhoods that need it most.

Cutouts of paper dolls in different shades of colors representing diversity.

Beyond Breaking Bread

What Head Start Programs Do to Celebrate and Serve Our Nation’s Children, Families, and Communities.

Photo of a group of diverse children of different ethnicities and races.

New Americans and ACA

Ensuring immigrants and refugees have accessible, affordable and quality health care.

Smaller photo of Head Start Conference attendees: Maria Taddeo, Laura McCall, Rebecca Garza, Christine Scott, Kayla Myers, Essey Workie, and Dawn Ault.

Early Learning for New Americans: An Opportunity for All Of Us

Reflections on an Interactive Presentation and Discussion at the Virginia Head Start Conference.

PK Subedi pictured in Bhutan in 1993 before becoming a refugee.

The Faces of New Americans: Meet Parangkush Subedi

Former refugee now works to better conditions for refugees

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