Health & Prevention
Adolescent Family Life Planning (AFLP)
AFLP provides strengths-based case management for expectant and young parents, primarily mothers ages 12-21. The program seeks to increase social and emotional support and build resiliency, while helping young parents achieve a healthy pregnancy and learn positive parenting skills. Case managers meet one-on-one with youth to establish a caring relationship, identify the youth’s needs and interests, and offer support with accessing services, setting goals, and planning for the future.
We use a Positive Youth Development approach, recognizing that all youth have strengths, benefit from high expectations and supportive relationships, and are able to make meaningful contributions to their lives, families, and communities. A partnership with CenCal Health will also enhancethe AFLP program's wraparound behavioral wellness support by providing trauma-informed, evidence-based clinical therapeutic services for parents and children.
The AFLP program supports young parents with:
- Completion of high school education
- Goal setting and achievement
- Mental health assessments
- Behavioral wellness services
- Access to community resources
- Postpartum health
Contact Family & Youth Services
For more information, to enroll or support our programs, please call the office nearest you:
• South County: 805-964-8857
• Mid-County: 805-740-4558
• North County: 805-349-9165
• Toll-Free: 800-655-0617
Did You Know?
youth served by Health & Prevention programs in 2021
Expectant or parenting youth assisted in 2021