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Selected HHS Blog Posts

Read a blog about Ben’s #RefugeesWelcome story.
We have freedom here, and we’re enjoying our life. I can support my family. My children are getting an education. This is hope.
Read a blog post about a listening session the Mental Health and Substance Use disorder Parity Task Force held in early June, 2016.
More than 170 million people have better insurance coverage for mental health and substance use disorder care thanks to new coverage and parity protections.
Read a blog post about Sahro’s #RefugeesWelcome story.
I want to thank the government of the United States for resettling refugees and giving them the opportunity to live here and have rights.
Read a blog post about Subash’s #RefugeesWelcome story.
I am thankful to the government and people of the United States for welcoming me and giving me an opportunity to see how a real living is an earned living.
Read a blog about Joseph Lewis’ #RefugeesWelcome story.
Refugees come to America with a lot to offer this nation. We have a lot of scars. All refugees are asking is just to embrace us.
Read a blog commemorating World Refugee Day 2016 and the #RefugeesWelcome campaign.
World Refugee Day is dedicated to raising awareness about the millions of displaced people around the world seeking refuge in countries near and far.
Read a blog about our work to support the health and well-being of the LGBT community.
Here at HHS, our support for LGBT health and wellbeing has spanned across the department.
LGBT | Pride Month
Read an HHS Blog.
This year, ACF is encouraging participation in the Administration’s Summer Opportunity Project.
Read an HHS Blog.
We have improved insurance coverage for mental health and substance use disorder care for over 170 million people.
Read a blog post about the June 2016 edition of CDC Vital Signs on Legionnaires’ disease outbreaks.
Legionnaires’ disease is a serious type of lung infection (pneumonia) that people can get by breathing in small droplets of water contaminated with Legionella.
Vital Signs


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