The Comprehensive Perinatal Services Program (CPSP) provides a wide range of culturally competent services to Medi-Cal pregnant women, from conception through 60 days postpartum. In addition to standard obstetric services, women receive enhanced services in the areas of nutrition, psychosocial, and health education.
Neighborhood Healthcare Programs
Outreach & Enrollment Assistance
Millions of people have gained insurance through Medicaid after the Affordable Care Act implementation. Still, many remain uninsured. Our goal is to educate, empower, and equip our community with knowledge of their new healthcare options and maintain health coverage.
Every Woman Counts is saving lives by preventing and reducing the effects of breast cancer through education, early detection, diagnosis and treatment. Contact your Neighborhood Healthcare clinic for more information and to schedule an appointment.
The Office of Family Planning (OFP) is charged by the California Legislature “to make available to citizens of the State who are of childbearing age comprehensive medical knowledge, assistance, and services relating to the planning of families”. The purpose of family planning is to provide women and men a means by which they can decide for themselves the number, timing, and spacing of their children.
Feeding America is the leading hunger-relief charity in the nation. Through both local and national food assistance programs, Feeding America is able to provide nutritious foods to families struggling with hunger. Proper nutrition, especially in the first three years of life, provides a strong foundation for physical, mental, and academic growth.
Project Dulce is a diabetes care and education program that uses culturally appropriate and community based education and support to assist participants to better diabetes management. Since 1997, Project Dulce has helped thousands of ethnically diverse patients throughout San Diego County.
Reach Out and Read is a national literacy program that distributes new books to infants and children up to the age of five. Children receive age-appropriate books at their wellness exams.
Neighborhood Healthcare’s Teen Wellness Program has been specifically designed to provide both health-related and vocational support and education for teens. The Teen Wellness Clinic is based on three key areas of mentoring:
The Senior Peer Program was designed as a social support to connect Latino seniors who only speak Spanish. By doing so, this program reduces the isolation of older adults within the community by creating meaningful connections with their neighbors.
Our We Can! program is currently offered at our Neighborhood Healthcare ~ Escondido health center, located at 460 N. Elm St., Escondido, CA 92025. Please call (760) 520-8100 to schedule an appointment, or ask your Neighborhood Healthcare provider at your next appointment.