Programs

rppc

Regional Perinatal Programs of California

PAC/LAC is one of 14 Title V funded Regional Perinatal Programs of California (RPPC) designed to assist the California State Department of Public Health, Maternal, Child and Adolescent Health Program in meeting statewide perinatal goals. As an RPPC, PAC/LAC promotes an integrated regional perinatal system promoting high quality, risk appropriate care for pregnant women and high risk infants, and promotes hospital-based, data-driven quality improvement projects. o PAC/LAC is one of 14 Title V funded Regional Perinatal Programs of California (RPPC) designed to assist the California State Department of Public Health, Maternal, Child and Adolescent Health Program in meeting statewide perinatal goals. As an RPPC, PAC/LAC promotes an integrated regional perinatal system promoting high quality, risk appropriate care for pregnant women and high risk infants, and promotes hospital-based, data-driven quality improvement projects. Read more about RPPC

 

 

Welcome Baby

The Welcome Baby Program provides pregnant women and new moms with information, support, and a trusted partner to help them through the journey of pregnancy and early parenthood. PAC/LAC provides technical assistance and leadership trainings to ensure the program is successfully implemented. This program is funded by First 5 LA, who, with Los Angeles Best Babies Network (LABBN), Maternal and Child Health Access (MCHA), and PAC/LAC, collaboratively act as the Family Strengthening Oversight Entity for the program. Read more about Welcome Baby

 

 

Citrus Valley Health Partners Mentoring and Professional Development Program

Citrus Valley Health Partners Mentoring and Professional Development Program (MAP)

MAP is a 12-week program designed to create a welcoming, enriching and educational environment for new or recent RN graduates hired by CVHP. The program provides nurses with cultural competency tools, encourages and supports nurses in continuing their professional development, and provides resources that include in-class support groups, educational lectures on clinical and hospital-specific policies and procedures, and a senior mentor/educator to turn to with questions and for support. Read more about the MAP Program

 
 

Best Start Communities – Building Stronger Families Framework

Funded by First 5 LA, the Building Stronger Families Framework (BSFF) recognizes that strong families and family supporting communities are essential to positive outcomes for young children. Read more about Best Start Communities