Collaboration between the Family and Youth Services Bureau’s (FYSB) three programs, Family Violence Prevention and Services, Runaway and Homeless Youth, and Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention, is critical in working to end the many forms of violence that affect youth, decrease the likelihood of future violence, and increase the health and wellbeing of those being served.
A new report commissioned by the Alliance for Strong Families and Communities and the American Public Human Services Association shares our vision for how we can strengthen the human services ecosystem by joining forces with community based organizations and other partners.
ACF offices partner to combat trafficking of American Indian and Alaska Native youth
In the devastation from Hurricane Maria, Head Start centers across Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands work to rebuild and restore services in their communities.
Victim services and children’s programming are and will be a critical lifeline for families in danger of experiencing ongoing violence at home, and several of ACF’s programs and partners focus on serving the entire family in a domestic violence situation.
FYSB partners with agencies to addresses family homelessness, health care, and prevention of domestic violence