The Adolescent Family Life Program (AFLP) is a voluntary case management program for pregnant and parenting teens, and their children. Public Health Nurses and Community Workers provide comprehensive case management services through home visits, school visits, and other community outreach.
AFLP works to assess client strengths and link clients to services in an effort to improve the health, social, economic, and educational well-being of pregnant and parenting teens, and their families.
Assistance with Medi-Cal
Assistance with staying in or returning to school
Health education and guidance to prevent illness and promote healthy living
Home visiting mental health services
Referrals to community resources
Vocational assistance and counseling
Who is Eligible
Pregnant or parenting teens living in San Mateo County are eligible for services. Services are provided to young women up to age 20; however, exceptions to the age limits can be made on a case-by-case basis.
How to Apply
Referrals are accepted from teens, family members, and providers. Please submit AFLP referrals by phone, fax, or mail. See "Contact us."
San Mateo County
Q: Is this program mandatory?
A: No, AFLP is a voluntary program.
Q: Is there a waitlist?
A: Occasionally there is a short waitlist before
an AFLP Public Health Nurse or Community Worker will contact you.
Q: Do I need Medi-Cal prior to enrolling in the program?
A: No, AFLP will help you with your medical insurance.
Q: Can I work with someone who speaks Spanish?
A: Yes, services will be provided in the language you prefer.