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PREGNANT TEENS – EARLY INTERVENTION
HOTLINES
Planned Parenthood – (800) 230-7526
Will connect the teen to the Planned Parenthood Provider nearest her home. Planned
Parenthood is a source for contraception, testing for sexually transmitted diseases,
prenatal and postnatal care, pregnancy options counseling and adoption referrals.
Department of Children and Family Services Adoptions Division – (213) 738-4577
In the event a pregnant teen chooses to relinquish the child, she can call this number to
set that process in motion.
National Council for Adoptions – (202) 328-1200
Provides information regarding adoption options.
California Youth Crisis Hotline – (800) 843-5200
If the teen (either mother or father) would like to speak anonymously about problems
surrounding pregnancy, impending birth or any other problem, counselors are available
to be of assistance.
National Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy Hotline – (888) 862-8432
Spanish-speaking counselors will provide referrals and information.
WEBSITES
Teenwire – www.teenwire.com
For general questions about sex/pregnancy.
I Wanna Know – www.iwannaknow.org
For questions regarding sexually transmitted diseases.
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HIV/AIDS OR OTHER SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE RESOURCES
Centers for Disease Control’s National Sexually Transmitted Disease Hotline –
(800) 227-8922
Los Angeles County Dept. of Health Services, Adolescent STD/HIV
Services Project – (800) 227-8922
National Teenage AIDS/STD Hotline – (800) 440-8336
Open Friday and Saturdays from 3:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Operated by teens
FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE – FOOD, MEDICAL, CASH
These resources provide assistance to both pregnant teens and teen parents.
Los Angeles County Department of Public Social Services
To determine where the office serving the applicant is located, call the Info-Line at
(323) 686-0950. Eligibility for aid (CalWORKs) will be determined at the local office.
Medi-Cal and Healthy Families – (888) 747-1222
Call for applications for either program for free or low-cost medical care
Women, Infant and Children (WIC) Nutrition Program – (888) 942-9675
Pregnant teens may receive free food vouchers along with nutrition education and
referrals to health care. Will refer the teen to the WIC office nearest her home.
Comprehensive Perinatal Services Program (CPSP) – (213) 639-6425
CPSP providers include private doctors as well as both private and county clinics and
hospitals providing an augmented level of care under the Medi-Cal reimbursement
program.
PREGNANT TEENS – TEEN PARENTS
Adolescent Family Life Programs
These programs are funded by the State Department of Health Services. Multi-service
agencies work with pregnant and parenting teens to help them remain in school, get
prenatal and other health care, work out family problems, enhance their parenting
and job skills and find child care.
Foothill Family Services – (626) 795-6907
118 S. Oak Knoll Ave.
Pasadena, CA 91101
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Alta Med Medical Group / Los Angeles – (323) 980-3050
512 S. Indiana St. 2nd Floor
Los Angeles, CA 90063
Alta Med Medical Group / Commerce – (323) 980-3061
2476 S. Atlantic Blvd.
Commerce, CA 90040
Alta Med Medical Group / Norwalk – (562) 462-9009
12440 E. Firestone Blvd. #314
Norwalk, CA 90650
Youth and Family Center – (310) 671-1222
101 N. La Brea, Suite 100
Inglewood, CA 90031
Project NATEEN – (323) 669-5981
(Sponsored by Childrens Hospital Los Angeles)
4610 Hollywood Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90027
In addition to comprehensive services to teen mothers, this program also offers Project
Dad, a 20-session program offered for fathers age 13-24. Project Dad offers teen
fatherhood training, legal information, job preparation, résumé development and job
search assistance.
El Nido Family Center – (310) 768-8030
El Nido Family Center offers wrap-around teen services in a number of Los Angeles
County locations including the Carson, Pacoima, Mission Hills and the Antelope Valley.
Call this number to locate the program nearest the teen’s residence.
ADDITIONAL TEEN PARENT SUPPORT PROGRAMS
Bienvenidos Family Center – (323) 728-9577
5233 E. Beverly Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90022
This agency offers parent education specifically for teen fathers. It also offers Clarity, a
literacy program for women, including teenage mothers, as well as in-home counseling
and parent education for teen parents of either sex.
Booth Memorial Center – (323) 225-1586
2670 Griffin Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90031
Offers parent education for teen parents
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ADDITIONAL TEEN PARENT SUPPORT PROGRAMS, continued
Choices C.A.M.P. Program – (626) 458-1528
Located in El Monte. Offers Teen Parent Education, G.E.D. preparation courses and
future pregnancy prevention. Serves El Monte, South El Monte and Pomona.
SCHOOL-BASED PROGRAMS
Note: In order to retain eligibility for financial assistance (CalWORKs), a teen parent
must attend school. If the teen is unable to identify an appropriate school near the teen’s
home, the teen will be assisted in this endeavor by a case manager in the CAL-LEARN
program at the Department of Public Social Services.
LAUSD Educational Options Office – (213) 625-6000
Assists teen mothers in locating a high school with an Infant Care Center on campus
nearest her home.
Los Angeles County Office of Education, Alternative Education – (562) 940-1873
Assists teen mothers residing outside of the city of Los Angeles in locating a school with
infant care on campus.
PLACEMENT RESOURCES
If a pregnant teen or teen mother has been detained, the CSW must always consider
placement in a regular family foster home setting. If the pregnant or parenting teen is
unable to adjust to a foster home setting, the following options may be considered:
St. Anne’s Residential Facility (213) 381-2931
155 N. Occidental Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90026
Booth Memorial Center (323) 225-1586
2670 Griffin Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90031
Florence Crittenton Center – Los Angeles (323) 225-4211
234 E. Avenue 33
Los Angeles, CA 90031
Florence Crittenton Center – Orange County (714) 680-9000
100 E. Valley View Dr.
Fullerton, CA 92632
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LEGAL ASSISTANCE OUTSIDE OF DEPENDENCY COURT
Alliance for Children’s Rights – (213) 368-6010
Harriett Buhai Center/Family Law – (213) 388-7515
Legal Aid of Los Angeles - (800) 399-4529
Levit & Quinn – (213) 482-1800
Public Counsel – (213) 385-2977
San Fernando Valley Legal Services – (818) 896-5211
If an appropriate resource cannot be found among these agencies/programs, call
Info-Line at (323) 686-0950 for additional programs in Los Angeles County.
Info-Line will also provide referrals for teens who do not speak English.
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