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This summer, the Council of Economic Advisors highlighted the power of work as it relates to America’s social safety net. The council’s July 2018 report marks an important moment in our thinking about welfare programs -- similar to when the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) program started in 1996.
ACF is increasing its commitment to putting fathers and families at the center of our work by promoting engagement across all of our programs and doing more to support fathers in becoming more involved in their children's lives.
FVPSA partnerships meet domestic violence victims’ needs.
Prevalence statistics about domestic and dating violence and link to fact sheet of ideas for promoting DVAM.
Interoperability, data integration, and data-informed decision-making are essential elements in the delivery of effective human service programs.
ACF political leadership highlight priorities for engaging families at the 2018 National Health and Human Services Summit.
New York City Performance Partnership Pilot provides education/occupational training for young parents with child care for their children.
Children First SHARP is an evidence-based model for serving noncustodial parents, standing on the shoulders of its predecessors. This is the fourth installment of the “Self-Sufficiency Series: Solutions from the Field”.
With appropriate support, relative and kinship caregivers can succeed in providing a loving home to children and youth in foster care.
Eric Hargan, HHS Deputy Secretary Programs launched the “Self-Sufficiency Series: Solutions from the Field,” a series of blogs and program profiles that will feature local programs from across the country that are getting low-income and hard-to-serve families and individuals to work.