Children's Bureau Funding
The Children's Bureau, located within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' Administration for Children and Families, Administration on Children, Youth and Families, is the main Federal funding source for child welfare activities. The Bureau offers funding through State and Tribal grant programs based on population and other factors, as well as discretionary grant programs for specific activities within its priority areas. Find more information using the resources below.
Presents information on discretionary grant programs, State and Tribal grant programs, funding allocations by State, and other general funding resources.
Administration for Children and Families
Presents open funding opportunities, standing announcements, and related funding resources. Users may search or browse to locate Children's Bureau funding.
Children's Bureau Discretionary Grants Library
The Discretionary Grants Library is an online tool that allows you to search for and view information related to specific Children's Bureau grant projects.
Discretionary Grant Outcomes and Lessons Learned
The Children's Bureau awards discretionary grants for research and program development. Selected clusters of grants funded under a single funding opportunity announcement have also been the subject of site visits and brief syntheses to document knowledge gained through the projects.