About Adolescent Family Life Program (AFLP)
What We Do
We help you stay or enroll in school, provide you with prenatal & postpartum education, offer you tools for effective parenting skills, help you reach your short and long term goals, and promote healthy family relationships.
Adolescent Family Life Program (AFLP) addresses the social, health, educational, and economic consequences of adolescent pregnancy by providing comprehensive case management services to pregnant and parenting teens and their children. AFLP emphasizes the promotion of Positive Youth Development (PYD), focusing on and building upon the adolescents’ strengths and resources to work toward:
- Improving the health of the pregnant and parenting teens, thus supporting the health of their children
- Improving educational and vocational advancement
- Reducing repeat pregnancies
- Improving linkages and creating networks of support for pregnant and parenting teens
Other notable services:
- Workshops, program events, and scholarships are available to participants.
- We feature a variety of monthly topics from healthy weight to family safety.
- Case management services are offered in English, Spanish, and Hmong
Services are free for our participants
To qualify for services a teen must:
- Be pregnant or parenting
- Be 21 years or younger at the time of enrollment
- Live in Fresno County
Services offered in English, Spanish, and Hmong.
Still wonder if you qualify? Check our Frequently Asked Questions below.
frequently asked questions
What type of services does AFLP provide?
We provide one to one case management services that center around YOUR goals. We are able to provide you with health education and connect you to community resources, and also provide small group activities in the form of workshops and events. As an AFLP participant you will also hear about our scholarship opportunities.
Do I have to come to you for services?
Our Case Managers come to you! Whether that be at home or at school.
I’m a dad, do I qualify?
Yes! AFLP services are offered to both teen moms and teen dads.
Who is considered a parenting teen?
Age 18 or under, actively involved with their child’s life or who are working on becoming involved in their child’s life. Parenting teens are eligible even if there is no custody.
What languages are services offered in?
We have Case Managers that speak English, Spanish, and Hmong
How much do services cost?
AFLP services, workshops, and events are free of charge to participants.
Can you help me find child care, a job, file for custody, etc.?
We are able to provide you with resources to community services that will help you meet YOUR goals.
I would like to become a participant, how do I apply?
I’m not sure if the city I live in falls within Fresno County?
Contact us and we can help you.