Adolescent and Family Life Program (AFLP) and Cal-Learn address the social, health, educational and economic challenges of adolescent pregnancy by providing comprehensive case management services to expectant and parenting teens and their children. The programs emphasize building upon an adolescent strengths and resources. Case managers work closely with youth to improve the health and well-being of themselves and their children.
AFLP and Cal-Learn staff is 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 themselves and their children
- Schooling and/or vocational classes
- Child Care
- Financial Aid
- Legal Services
- Childbirth classes and/or parenting classes
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
AFLP & Cal-Learn Programs
P.O. Box 6099
Santa Ana, CA 92706
(714) 834-8051 Fax
Page last updated 3-9-22