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Covid-19 AlertDue to COVID-19 health concerns, Health Services will be offering limited services.

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Adolescent Family Life PROGRAM (AFLP)

Provides teen parents (ages 21 and younger) with support and guidance to enhance their parenting skills and obtain social and economic independence.

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CALIFORNIA PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY EDUCATION PROGRAM (CA PREP)

Educates at-risk youth in Fresno County about teen pregnancy, sexually transmitted infection prevention, healthy relationships, clinical linkages, and substance abuse.

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Community Health Center

A primary care and comprehensive family planning and reproductive health clinic helping men, women, and teens. Teens can call (559) 265-5500 for a free ride to the Community Health Center.

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Tobacco Education Program

Educates the community about the dangers and increased risk of tobacco-related diseases and smoke-free policies; provides presentations and resources to live a tobacco-free lifestyle in Fresno County.

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SCHOOL-BASED SEALANT PROGRAM (SBSP)

The goal of the School-Based Sealant Program (SBSP) is to improve the oral health of elementary school-aged children by providing preventative oral health services, such as oral health education, dental sealants, and fluoride varnishes.

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Health and Dental Stories

Tobacco Education: City of Fresno Approves New Smoking Ban

A new city ordinance will have residents of Fresno apartments and duplexes breathing cleaner air. The Fresno City Council approved a ban on smoking in multi-unit housing on October 14. It didn't happen overnight. Fresno EOC Urban Tobacco Education Program helped spark...

Clearing the Air

Exposure to secondhand smoke poses serious health threats to children and adults. It can lead to problems including lung cancer, heart disease, and stroke. It can also make asthma worse in adults and children. Residents of multi-unit housing can be exposed to...
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AFLP youth receive overwhelming support from staff and community members

From Halloween baskets to baby essentials, our community and staff are coming together to make our pregnant and parenting youth in the Adolescent Family Life Program feel special. Even during the pandemic, our youth are able to get the assistance and support they...
City of Firebaugh Bans Smoking in Multi-Unit Housing Complexes

City of Firebaugh Bans Smoking in Multi-Unit Housing Complexes

photo: Martha Zarate, Fresno EOC Rural Tobacco Education Program coordinator, talking to media via video chat about the new ban. On May 20, 2019, the City of Firebaugh became the first city in the San Joaquin Valley to pass a law that bans smoking and vaping...
Fresno EOC Rural Tobacco Education Program Receives $1.1 million in Funding

Fresno EOC Rural Tobacco Education Program Receives $1.1 million in Funding

The California Tobacco Control Program (CTCP) in the California Department of Public Health announced on Monday, January 13, that Fresno Economic Opportunities Commission (Fresno EOC) Rural Tobacco Education Program (RTEP) will receive $1.1 million in funding over...

Fresno EOC Board Commissioner was once AFLP client and Head Start parent

Celeste Cabrera-Garcia is a Fresno EOC Board Commissioner but also former Adolescent Family Life Program (AFLP) client and Head Start parent. She was first introduced to Fresno EOC as a teen mom at the age of 14 and with support from her case managers was encouraged...

Fresno EOC AFLP launches client baby showers

A baby brings on the joys of being a parent, but for some teen parents it’s not always celebrated. Fresno EOC Adolescent Family Life Program (AFLP) understands the stigma and difficulties some teen parents face when having a child, and so AFLP took the initiative to...

Teen mom overcomes obstacles and graduates high school early

As a high school student, Sarena Chansombat was excited to graduate and attend college away from home, but everything changed when she took a pregnancy test at the Fresno EOC Community Health Center. She never imagined being a teen mom but with support from her...

Meet Maria – a student at Chico State and teen mom

Maria's senior year of high school differed from those of her peers. She discovered she was pregnant and kept it a secret while continuing cheerleading and Zumba. "Because my pregnancy was hidden, I was in a bad place," Maria recalls. Finally, after months of hiding...

Brenda’s Baking Her Way to a Better Future

Tears fill Brenda's eyes as she looks across at her former case manager Iselda. "I feel like she was the only person that really cared about me. She made me feel wonderful. She made me feel special." Brenda smiles before she continues, "Once a month I would see her...

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