Cal-SAFE Teen Parent Program

About the Program
The California School Age Families Education Program (Cal-SAFE) is a school-based comprehensive, integrated, community-linked program that services expectant and parenting teens and their children.  Cal-SAFE helps school districts and community based organizations develop programs and support systems for teen parents and their children.

Student Eligibility
Cal-SAFE is a free, voluntary program for males and females who are school age parents (expecting or parenting).  Teens must be enrolled in a school based program (Middle School or High School) working towards a diploma or equivalency. Students with an Individualized Education Plan (IEP) may receive services until age 22 years.

Children of Cal-SAFE teens are eligible for services from birth through five years (0-5), or entry into kindergarten, whichever comes first.
Brochure and Referral Form


Services to Teens
  • Academic support: review and monitor transcripts
  • Attendance monitoring
  • Career education
  • One on one monthly case management
  • Nutritious snack supplement for expectant and breastfeeding students
  • Outreach and education about Title IX rights
  • Monthly parenting education
  • Referrals to community agencies
  • School safety and violence prevention education
Services to Babies
  • DRDP developmental assessments completed twice a year (fall/spring)
  • Child care staff are college trained with Early Education units
  • Age appropriate curriculum
  • Nutritious food program
  • Childcare centers located on or near school campuses
  • Health and immunization screenings 

Childcare Centers are located at the following Oxnard Union High School Campuses:
  • Channel Islands High School
  • Pacifica High School    
  • Hueneme High School

*Conejo Valley Unified students, please call (805) 497-9511
*Simi Valley Unified students Contact Apollo Continuation High School (805) 520-6150
*Ventura Unified students Contact Loretta Galaviz (805) 641-5000 ext.1029


Please contact our Cal-SAFE office for more information:

Lisa Sadowsky, Coordinator