This article describes a recent study on whether new mothers dealing with past trauma would be able to develop an attachment to their babies.
This article describes a pilot program in which researchers examined if Family Foundations could be tailored for low income, urban minority teen mothers and the fathers.
This Q&A with Joan Tucker, the senior behavioral scientist and professor at Pardee RAND Graduate School in Santa Monica, California, focuses on Dr. Tucker’s work on smoking among homeless youth.
This article highlights a new tip sheet developed by ED and USICH to help schools, housing providers, and social service organizations collaborate and share data, in accordance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act.
This article highlights three resources that youth-serving organizations can use to boost their linguistic and cultural competence.
This article describes the Transition Age Youth triage tool, a new questionnaire to determine which youth are most at risk of long-term homelessness without intervention.
This article features a Q&A with Dr. Stacy Drury, of the Tulane University School of Medicine, who co-authored a study on the physical effects of trauma on the health of young survivors.
This article describes a study that analyzed the prevalence of traumatic brain injury (TBI) among homeless youth.
This article features highlights from a report released by Polaris to describe the scope and nature of human trafficking in the United States.
ACF announced the creation of a new office, the Office of Trafficking in Persons (OTIP), which will coordinate all ACF programs related to foreign and domestic human trafficking.
"Change starts with one person and can grow really fast." - Tristan