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  • CPS - ACF

    The College of Public Service would like to recognize the Administration for Children & Families (ACF), a division of the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services. The ACF strives to provide leadership, partnership, and resources to support the resiliency, safety, health, and economic security of families, youth, children, individuals, and communities around the nation.

    The ACF offers resources, programs, initiatives, grants, and information that help the economic and social well-being of all. Comprised of 19 offices throughout the United States, the ACF supports a variety of initiatives that empower and improve access to services which help to create strong, healthy communities in the United States, including:

    Click here to learn about the additional offices within the ACF.

    The ACF caters to a large spectrum of children and family needs. Individuals can find information about programs related to families and low income individuals, children, developmental disabilities, communities, Native Americans, or refugees.

    Among the many programs offered, there are several current initiatives and programs. These include the Healthy Marriage Initiative; Assets for Independence; Maternal, Infant and Early Childhood Home Visiting Program; Rescue & Restore Victims of Human Trafficking; Responsible Fatherhood Initiative and many others.

    To find out more information on how the Administration for Children & Families can assist you or someone you know, click here. You can also look for grant opportunities if you are a nonprofit or for-profit organization by visiting the Grants section of their website. 

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