Family First Prevention Services Act (FFPSA)
The Child and Adolescent Needs and Strengths (CANS) in the California Integrated Core Practice Model
The Family First Prevention Services Act (FFPSA) was passed in 2018 as part of a bipartisan budget agreement by the Federal government. The law includes new preventive service options and requirements for foster care placement settings. It amends existing provisions within Title IV-B and IV-E of the Social Security Act. With the passage of FFPSA, child welfare jurisdictions can use federal financial resources to move some child welfare activities from protection and remediation to prevention and strengthening of families and communities.
This page will serve as a hub for Southern Counties to share resources and updates on their local efforts.
Documents related to the April 21, 2020 FFPSA webinar can be found at the links below.
Documents related to the November 20, 2019 Convening held in Riverside CA can be found at the links below.
FFPSA Summary and Links to Statute Policy
FFPSA Fact Sheet
FFPSA Effective Dates
Putting Families First in DC
Children Now – Los Angeles County Snapshot
FFPSA Convening Notes Sheet
Nebraska FFPSA PowerPoint Presentation
FFPSA Nebraska Website
San Francisco FFPSA PowerPoint Presentation
Los Angeles FFPSA PowerPoint Presentation
San Diego Family Visit Coaching PowerPoint Presentation