Teen Age Pregnant and Parenting Program (TAPP)
Teenage Pregnancy and Parenting Program (TAPP) helps to improve the health and well-being of pregnant and parenting teens and their children. The program looks at teens’ strengths and connects them with services that will help them have healthy and happy babies, finish high school and become independent adults. TAPP is a comprehensive case management program.
How much does TAPP Cost?
TAPP services are free. You will be told ahead of time if there will be a cost for any service you might need that is not offered by the TAPP Program.
Do I qualify?
You are under 19 years old and pregnant or already have a baby
You live in Placer County
TAPP can help you:
Stay in school
Find a job
Plan a career
Solve parenting problems
TAPP can help you learn:
How to take good care of yourself and your baby
How to purchase and eat nutritious food
How to prepare for labor and delivery
How your baby grows and develops
How to be a better mother or father
How to use community services
TAPP can help you get:
Low or no-cost food
Educational or Vocational Services
How Do I Sign Up?
Contact us today to set up a time to meet with a Case Manager to discuss an approach to best meet your needs.
All Other Areas: 1-800-829-7199
TAPP Brochure Espanol
TAPP Referral Form
First 5 Placer
California Department of Public Health-Maternal Child and Adolescent Health Branch-Adolescent Family Life Program