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Stop Bullying
U.S. Department of Health & Human Services
This web site is part of a campaign for youth about bullying, developed by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA). The site includes information on what bullying is, what can be done to stop bullying, cartoon video clips, and information for adults.

Child Care
MedlinePlus
This site, created by MedlinePlus, includes a wide variety of articles and links, in categories including general overview of childcare, related issues, financial issues, organizations, law and policy, statistics, and special sections for children, teens and men. The site is easy to navigate and the information is thorough, yet easy to understand.

Office of Child Care
US Department of Health and Human Services
The Office of Child Care supports low-income working families through child care financial assistance and promotes children's learning by improving the quality of early care and education and afterschool programs. The website contains information on about the funding program, as well as a parent section that includes general information about how to locate a good child care.

Child Care Nutrition Resource System
USDA
This site by the USDA provides recipes, resources and information on providing nutritious meals to children, as well as food safety techniques. This information also includes meal plan suggestions, resources for more information, and current news articles.

Fight Crime: Invest in Kids
Fight Crime Invest in Kids
The aim of this confederacy of police agencies is to provide those in need access to educational child care and after school programs in order to prevent crime. They sponsor crime fighting events, prevention programs, research and advocacy.