HHS oversees programs and services that improve the well-being of individuals, families, and communities.
ACF's Office of Refugee Resettlement is committed to the quality care of unaccompanied children.
Find out how to get temporary financial assistance (welfare) in your state or territory.
USDA's SNAP program offers food stamp benefits to eligible low-income people and families.
Head Start promotes school readiness of children under five from low-income families through education, social, and other services.
HHS partners with federal, state, tribal, and local governments to promote parental responsibility.
HHS provides access to affordable, high-quality early care and after school programs.
The Children’s Bureau and its services – Child Welfare Information Gateway and AdoptUSKids – provide resources about the foster care system.
The Children's Bureau supports programs, research, and monitoring to help eliminate barriers to adoption.
Home visiting programs improve the health of at-risk children by reaching pregnant women, expectant fathers, and parents and caregivers of children under five.
Find out how low-income households can get financial assistance for home heating and cooling costs.
HHS offers resources and programs to support persons with disabilities.
HHS offers resources and programs to support seniors.
Get information about grants, research, and resources related to homelessness.
HHS and its Operating Divisions offer resources and programs to support military families.
Visit the official benefits website of the U.S. government to find out which benefits you may be eligible to receive.