Family First Prevention Services Act is particularly important in reshaping how pregnant and parenting youth (PPY)—both mothers and fathers—in foster care are served and supported by child welfare systems in two ways. First, Family First includes PPY as categorically eligible population for prevention services as outlined in the bill. Second, Family First creates an opportunity for states to continue to receive reimbursement for PPY when they are not placed in a family-based setting but rather when they are in a program with their child that is targeted at meeting their needs as both an adolescent and parent. These FAQs provide responses to the most commonly asked questions related to this population.