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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.
A federally-funded program in Madison Heights, Michigan, provides employment and educational opportunities to youth who age out of foster care. This is the sixth installment of the “Self-Sufficiency Series: Solutions from the Field”
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.
Supportive, thriving communities are key to preventing child maltreatment.