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California School-Age Families Education (Cal-SAFE) Program

Child of a Parent in Cal-Safe Program

The California School-Age Families Education (Cal-SAFE) Program serves expectant and parenting teens within San Diego Unified School District.

You can participate if:

  • You are expecting a baby (mothers and fathers)
  • You are a teen parent (mothers and fathers)
  • You have not graduated from high school
  • You live within San Diego Unified School District’s boundaries

Our Goals are:

  • To provide expectant and parenting teens with support services while completing their education.
  • To provide resources to assist expectant and parenting teens plan for their future.
  • To provide care and early education for their infants and toddlers.
Student/Mom in the Cal-Safe Program

The California School-Age Families Education (Cal-SAFE) Program staff will consult with referred students and their parents/guardians in planning an educational program to be pursued during and following pregnancy. They may provide services and/or information concerning sources of appropriate assistance for the following:

  • Referral to related support services
  • Health and parenting education services
  • Individualized advocacy and counseling services
  • Liaison with staff and community agencies to collaborate and coordinate care
  • Education placement services to provide flexibility
    • Expectant Teen Center (Garfield)
    • Infant Toddler Centers (Garfield and Twain High Schools)
  • Ongoing follow-up to support high school graduation and post-secondary access

How to get connected with Cal-SAFE:

  • See your school nurse
  • See your school counselor
  • Or call our program directly

They will fill out an Inquiry Form and fax it to our office.

Our office is conveniently located at:
Garfield High School
1255 16th St. Room 408
San Diego, CA 92101
Phone: 619-362-4500
Fax: 619-362-4545