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Support for Pregnant and Parenting Youth

The Teen Parent Support Program and Cal-Learn 
enhance the health, social and economic well-being of
pregnant and parenting youth and their children.

Contact us: 408-808-1802 / [email protected]



Our program serves Santa Clara County residents only.
Outside our area? We can help you contact the program in your location.

What is the Teen Parent Support Program (TPSP)?

TPSP provides free support  for pregnant and/or parenting youth.
We strive to:

  • Help youth reach their goals
  • Promote a healthy and nurturing environment for clients and their families
  • Assist clients with obtaining their high school diploma or GED certificate

What is Cal-Learn?

Cal-Learn is a program for pregnant and/or parenting teens who receive cash aid (CalWORKS). The program provides supportive services and cash incentives to assist teens in completing their education.

Who Qualifies?

Pregnant and parenting youth (mothers and fathers) in Santa Clara County under the age of 21.

We Can Help You With:

  • Health Services
  • Food/Nutrition
  • Parenting Support
  • Access to services such as food stamps, WIC, and cash aid
  • Applying to college and financial aid
  • Counseling/Support Groups
  • Emergency Supplies (clothing, diapers, formula, etc.)
  • Advocating on your behalf
  • Finding a job
  • Enrolling in school

Our case managers are able to visit clients throughout Santa Clara County.

Enroll Online Now

Pregnant and/or parenting youth in Santa Clara county can apply directly for the program. Start here with your enrollment.

Enroll Online Now

Refer a Client 

Social workers and others professionals who work with pregnant and/or parenting youth in Santa Clara County can refer clients to our program.

Click "Refer a Client Now" for our online referral form.  

Or download our editable form and return to us via fax or email.

Refer a Client Now

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