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Teen Age Pregnancy and Parenting Program (TAPP)

The TAPP Program helps to improve the health and well-being of pregnant and parenting teens and their children.  

What Can TAPP Do For You?

 Public Health Nursing Referral Form

TAPP can Show You (tab)

  • How to stay in school
  • How to find a job
  • How to plan a career
  • How to solve parenting problems

TAPP can Teach You

  • 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 Medical Care
  • Get Low or no-cost food
  • Get Financial help
  • Get Legal counsel
  • Get Childcare
  • Get Housing
  • Get Nutrition education
  • Get Family planning
  • Get Counseling
  • Get Immunizations
  • Get Educational or Vocational Services

The TAPP Program is free! 

If there is a cost associated with any service you may need that is not offered by TAPP, you will be informed ahead of time.

There are only two requirements for TAPP services:

  1. You are under 19 years old and are either pregnant or have a baby.
  2. You live in Placer County

If you wish to sign up, please Contact us to meet with a Case Manager to discuss an approach that best meets your needs.

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