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Getting Ready to Deliver Family First Prevention Services – Special Emphasis on Fiscal and Funding
June 29 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm PDTFree
The first of the Comprehensive Prevention Plan Learning Series, this learning forum provides a unique opportunity to hear from both national and local experts on the most pressing fiscal considerations and implementation issues for developing Family First Prevention Services. We will provide an in-depth look at the nine Readiness Domains with an emphasis on fiscal considerations for California’s comprehensive prevention planning and Family First Prevention Services Program development. Specific topics will include the principles embedded in federal law, such as Payer of Last Resort and Maintenance of Effort as well as braiding available funding sources, claiming considerations, and federal matching funds.
This Learning Series is sponsored by Casey Family Programs, in partnership with Implematix, CalTrin, and CDSS. It is intended to assist counties in preparing for implementation of their unique Comprehensive Prevention Plan (CPP). The series maps directly to the nine Readiness domains for California’s Family First Prevention Services (FFPS) Program and addresses requirements outlined in All County Letter (ACL) 22-23 and AB153. These learning forums will provide detail on the domains and associated national and local perspectives on readiness work. Each learning forum will be followed by an interactive question and answer session to allow for more detailed discussion and clarification. Although encouraged, it is not required to attend the full series and each session will require separate registration.