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Committed fathers love spending time with their children, but with today's pressures of work and other priorities, it can be challenging to find ways to make quality and quantity time with the kids. Wayne Parker discusses some important resources for fathers to help make more time, and better...
This article describes seven strategies for encouraging children to open up and speak honestly about what’s going on in their lives.
Communication is the basic building block of our relationships. It is through communication that we convey our thoughts, feelings, and connection to one another. This tip sheet provides families with skills for successful communication. (Author abstract modified)
April was National Child Abuse Prevention Month. This blog post highlights the Children’s Bureau and Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Preventions’ efforts to protect children and strengthen families.
This review examines the opioid epidemic and the effect of parent drug use on children and families. (Author abstract modified)
Being a child in a low-income or poor family does not happen by chance. Parental education and employment, race/ethnicity, and other factors are associated with children’s experience of economic insecurity. This fact sheet describes the demographic, socioeconomic, and geographic characteristics...
The preliminary data in this report describe parent and staff perspectives on the family engagement activities and service provision in Head Start programs. This includes information on: 1) How parents describe the environment of Head Start programs; 2) What staff are involved in family...
This tip sheet from childwelfare.org directs families to valuable resources to understand affordable housing and other available resources. (Author abstract modified)