• November 2018
  • Vol. 19, No. 9

News From the Children's Bureau

Read about the importance of implementing programs designed to serve both children and their parents and caregivers, federal efforts to prevent and respond to youth homelessness and human trafficking, a list of discretionary grants, and the latest additions to the Children's Bureau website.

  • Programs Designed to Help Families Achieve Economic Security and Promote Well-Being
    Policymakers and program leaders are seeking innovative approaches for dual-generation or two-generation programs. These programs serve both parents and children and can help move them toward...
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  • Report to Congress Details Federal Efforts to Respond to Runaway Youth and Homelessness
    Federal efforts to prevent and respond to youth homelessness and provide services to victims of human trafficking are outlined in a recent Report to Congress from the Family and Youth Services...
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  • Discretionary Grants Forecast
    The following forecasts for discretionary grants were approved and published to Grants.gov. * HHS-2019-ACF-ACYF-CZ-1557: National Child Welfare Capacity Building Center for Tribes:...
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  • CB Website Updates
    The Children's Bureau website hosts information on child welfare programs, funding, monitoring, training and technical assistance, laws, statistics, research, federal reporting, and much more. ...
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