The bill (S. 2777/H.R. 4980) presents a bipartisan effort to help jurisdictions implement the Family First Prevention Services Act more effectively and proposes to provide resources to states, tribes and territories.
Phase-In of 50 percent “Well Supported” Requirement for Prevention Services Reimbursement
Short-Term Funding Certainty for States with Expiring Waivers
See the Congressional Letter from Senate Finance Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa), Ranking Member Ron Wyden (D-Ore.), Ways and Means Worker and Family Support Subcommittee Chairman Danny K. Davis, and Ranking Member Jackie Walorski