Puerto Rico Department of Family Affairs

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Department of Family Affairs of Puerto Rico
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Department overview
Formed July 30, 1968; 46 years ago (1968-07-30)
Jurisdiction executive branch
Headquarters San Juan, Puerto Rico
Department executive Idalia Colon, Secretary of Family Affairs
Child agencies ACUDEN
ADFAN
ADSEF
ASUME
CIRIO
Key documents Law No. 171 of 1968
Law No. 5 of 1993
Reorganization Plan No. 5 of 1995
Website www.familia.gobierno.pr

The Department of Family Affairs of Puerto Rico (Spanish: Departamento de la Familia de Puerto Rico) is responsible for all matters related to the sociology of the family and social work in Puerto Rico.[1][2][3]

Agencies[edit]

Name in English Name in Spanish Abbreviation in Spanish
Administration for Child Care and the Integrated Development of Childhood Administración para el Cuidado y Desarrollo Integral de la Niñez ACUDEN
Administration for Child Support Administración para el Sustento de Menores ASUME
Administration for Families and Children Administración de Familias y Niños ADFAN
Administration for the Socioeconomic Development of the Family Administración para el Desarrollo Socioeconómico de la Familia ADSEF
Corporation for Industries for the Blind, Mentally Retarded People, and Other Handicapped People Corporación para las Industrias de Ciegos, Personas Mentalmente Retardadas y Otras Personas Incapacitadas CIRIO

Secretaries[edit]

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