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Teen and Young Adult Pregnancy and Parenting Programs


WHO WE ARE: We help teens meet the social, health, educational, and economic challenges of pregnancy. We provide comprehensive case management to expectant and parenting teens and their children.  

OUR FOCUS: Both the Adolescent Family Life Program (AFLP – age 21) and Cal-Learn (up through age 18) build upon adolescent strengths and resources. AFLP and Cal-Learn staff are comprised of social workers and licensed clinicians who provide one-on-one support and help link teens to services and programs available in the community including: 

  • Health services for teens and their children 
  • Schooling and/or vocational classes 
  • Child Care 
  • Transportation 
  • Financial Aid 
  • Legal Services  
  • Childbirth classes and/or parenting classes 
  • Counseling 

AFLP and Cal-Learn staff can meet with the teen at home, school, or wherever she or he is comfortable.  


Adolescent Family Life Program (AFLP) 


  • Increase access to and utilization of needed services; 
  • Increase social and emotional support and build resiliency; 
  • Increase educational attainment and employability; and, 
  • Improve pregnancy planning and spacing. 


Young people up to 21 years of age (at the time of enrollment) who are expectant and/or parenting, including partners in pregnancy and parenting. 




  • Help teens graduate from high school 
  • Become independent and form healthy families 


To qualify for Cal-Learn, you must: 

  • Be a CalWORKs recipient 
  • Live in the same household as your child 
  • Be under 19 years of age 
  • Not yet have a high school diploma or GED 
  • Not be in foster care


Contact Information: 

AFLP & Cal-Learn Programs 
P.O. Box 6099 
Santa Ana, CA 92706 
(714) 567-6229 
(714) 834-8051 Fax 


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