Clarence H. Carter currently serves as the Director of the Office of Family Assistance and the Acting Director of the Office of Community Services at HHS’s Administration for Children and Families. Director Carter has served his entire career in the administration of public safety net agencies and programs at the federal, state, and local levels of government, having served two presidents, four governors, and a mayor. From the implementation of welfare reform in the Commonwealth of Virginia, to reforming the shelter-based homeless system in the Nations’ Capital, and proposing a transformative vision for Americas Safety net in Arizona, Carter has been a leading voice for over a quarter of a century in the effort to change the way our society serves the economically, socially, and developmentally vulnerable in America.
Clarence H. Carter
Director of the Office of Family Assistance and the Acting Director of the Office of Community Services at HHS’s Administration for Children and Families, Socrates Program