Cal-Learn

Goals

Help teen parents: 

  • Become self-sufficient and make the transition to adulthood
  • Make healthy life-style choices for themselves and their children
  • Graduate from high school or acquire their GED
  • Have healthy pregnancies and births
  • Establish healthy parenting skills

Services

  • Cal-Learn is part of the Adolescent Family Life Program.Cal-Learn participation is mandatory for pregnant or parenting teens on CalWorks grants, who are under age 19 and have not graduated from high school. Cal-Learn enrolls teens in school and provides case management services. Our services include:
  • Referrals to resources with attention to follow-through.
  • Education in prenatal care, nutrition, labor and delivery, parenting skills and child development.
  • Life skills counseling such as goals setting, understanding consequences.
  • Establishing and strengthening positive social support networks.
  • Financial bonuses and sanctions based upon report cards and successful high school graduation or completion of a GED.
Clients may stay in the program up to age 20 if they have not graduated from high school. Financial help with child care, school supplies and transportation is available.


Health Care Agency
2323 Knoll Drive
Ventura, CA 93003
805-677-5110
Ambulatory Care-Medical Clinics
2323 Knoll Drive 
Ventura, CA 93003
805-677-5223
Behavioral Health
1911 Williams Drive
Oxnard, CA 93036
805-981-6830
Public Health
2240 E. Gonzales Road
Oxnard, CA 93036
805-981-5101
Santa Paula Hospital
825 N. Tenth Street
Santa Paula, CA 93061
805-933-8600
Ventura County Medical Center
3291 Loma Vista Road
Ventura, CA 93003
805-652-6000
HCA Human Resources
2323 Knoll Drive 
Ventura, CA 93003
805-677-5184
Ventura County Health Care Plan
2220 E. Gonzales Road
Suite 210 B

Oxnard, CA 93036
805-981-5050