Planned Parenthood Shasta Pacific can help make your life a little easier with our Case Management services. We are on your side to make sure you get all the services (healthcare, childcare, housing, transportation, education) you need. As a part of our program, you'll be invited to fun events like holiday parties, back-to-school celebrations, and a teen parent graduation, that include food, games, and prizes.
Adolescent Family Life Program (Napa and Solano County)
Planned Parenthood Shasta Pacific's Adolescent Family Life Program (AFLP) is a free Case Management program for pregnant teens, teen parents, their babies, and their families. Each teen parent gets a case manager to help them find the services they need to have a healthy baby and be successful in school and their career. To participate you must be 18 years old or younger. This is a voluntary program for non-TANF (Temporary Aid for Needy Families) eligible pregnant and parenting teens. Teen fathers are also eligible for services
Cal-Learn Program (Napa County)
The Cal-Learn Program provides free Case Management for pregnant and parenting teens. This program is required for teen parents who receive TANF (Temporary Aid for Needy Families) and do not have a high school diploma. Teen parents get financial bonuses based on their grades and high school graduation. The program pays for transportation, childcare, and related educational expenses.
Baby First Solano
Baby First Solano is Planned Parenthood Shasta Pacific's newest case management program. It is a program for teens during their pregnancy. The case managers take extra care to help pregnant teens get to prenatal appointments and take care of themselves during pregnancy. Teens also have the chance to learn about childbirth, and the early stages of parenting.
All PPSP Case Management programs are free. To find out more about these programs or get involved, contact the Community Services and Education Department at 925/676-0505 or CSE@pp-sp.org.