Between the period of 1993 and 1997 ACF provide 29 public assistance agencies with VA compensation and benefit information.
The Administration for Children and Families (AFC) is working under the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). AFC is working to promote well being of families, children, individuals and communities. And to achieve these purposes AFC designs many programs.
Families are empowered so that they can achieve their own economic independence and productivity. Families are supported in a way so that it results in good quality of life and development of children. Partnership is made with front-line service provider, states, localities and tribal communities. This helps in finding solutions and implementing these solutions. Services are planned and reforms are made so that these can be easily provided to needed people. AFC is committed to work with vulnerable populations. These populations include people with disabilities, refugees and migrants. The purpose of AFC is to identify their needs, strengths and abilities.
Administration for Native Americans, Administration for children, youth and families, Administration on Developmental Disabilities, Assets for independence, Child care bureau, Child Support enforcement, Children’s bureau, Compassion Capital fund, Division of Tribal services, Empowerment zones and Enterprise Communities Program, Family and youth services bureau, Healthy Marriage initiative, Low Income Home Energy Assistance, Office of Community Services, Office of Family Assistance(TNF/AFDC/Jobs), Office of Head Start(OHS), Office of Legislative Affairs and budget, Office of Planning Research and Evaluation, Office of Public Affairs (OPA), Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR) and Office of Regional Operations and Public Assistance Reporting Information System (PARIS)
ACF utilize Federal funds for short term financial assistance. It also