The Comprehensive Perinatal Services Program (CPSP) offers prenatal and postpartum care for Medi-Cal eligible pregnant women.
In addition to obstetric care, CPSP participants receive prenatal vitamins, health education, nutrition services, assistance with family, financial and personal concerns, and referrals to community agencies.
The program was created to:
• Decrease the incidence of low birth weight in infants
• Improve the outcome of every pregnancy
• Give every baby a healthy start in life
• Lower health care costs by preventing catastrophic illness in infants and children
Some CPSP Provider sites also offer bilingual classes for pregnant women and their families.
Medi-Cal eligible women receive comprehensive services, including prenatal care, health education, nutrition services, and psychosocial support during pregnancy and up to 60 days after delivery of their infants.
Practitioners include physicians, nurse midwives, physician assistants, nurses, social workers, health educators, nutritionists, and comprehensive perinatal health workers.
Who is Eligible
Medi-Cal eligible residents of San Mateo County who are pregnant or no more than 60 days postpartum.
How to Apply
Contact one of the following CPSP providers:
Ravenswood Family Health Center at Belle Haven
100 Terminal Ave
Menlo Park CA 94025
Diaz Medical Group
1828 El Camino Real
Burlingame CA 94010
(650) 692-9114 Fax
Fair Oaks Family
2710 Middlefield Road
Redwood City CA 94063
(650) 366-4732 Fax
Ravenswood Family Health Center
1798-A Bay Road
East Palo Alto CA 94303
(650) 321-1156 Fax
San Mateo Medical Center
222 West 39th Ave
San Mateo CA 94403
(650) 573-2237 Fax
Seton New Life Center
1500 Southgate Ave
Daly City CA 94015
(650) 301-8880 Fax
770 Welch Road #201
Palo Alto CA 94303
(650) 725-2062 Fax
795 Willow Road, Bldg.334
Menlo Park CA 94025
(650) 328-3754 Fax
San Mateo Medical Center Coastside Clinic
225 S Cabrillo Hwy
Suite 100 A
Half Moon Bay CA 94019
(650) 712-1014 Fax
San Mateo County
None for Medi-Cal eligible women who are pregnant or 60 days postpartum
Q: I don’t have health insurance for a pregnancy test or prenatal care, what should I do?
A: See a doctor right away and applying for temporary Medi-Cal (PE):
1. Call a clinic or doctor listed above and make an appointment for prenatal care.
2. Tell the staff that you do not have health insurance.
3. Apply for temporary Medi-Cal when you are at your appointment. You will receive a temporary Medi-Cal (PE) card.