Family Health

The Division of Family Health promotes the health and well-being of all infants (babies), children, parents, and families in Orange County. Family Health includes the family health and dental clinics and offers vaccinations (shots), nutrition, and prenatal services including the services listed below.

 

Family Health Clinics in Santa Ana

1725 W. 17th Street, Santa Ana, CA 92706

Children’s Health Care Services

Family Planning Services

Dental Clinic

Immunizations (Child, Adult, & Travel)

 

Child Health and Disability Prevention (CHDP) Program

Provides health check-ups and health education for eligible children from birth to 19 years old.

 

Children's Health

Be Active, Have Fun - Find fun and healthy activities for kids in Orange County.

Children's Environmental Health - Children may get sick more easily from harmful chemicals in the environment. Learn how you can limit your child's contact with harmful chemicals in water, food, and air.

 

Vaccine (Shot) Information

Find information about recommended vaccines (shots) for different age groups, pregnant women, travel, seasonal flu, and more.

 

Nutrition Services

Provides help with healthy eating and ways to get healthy food for women, babies, and children.

 

Maternal Child and Adolescent Health (MCAH) Programs and Information

Our programs:

Prenatal Care - If you are pregnant or think you are pregnant, getting into early and regular prenatal care can help you have a safer pregnancy and deliver a healthy baby.

Pregnant and Parenting Teens - Programs, health services, classes, and help for pregnant and parenting teens.

Breastfeeding - Resources and help for families, providers, and hospitals.

Safe Sleep and Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) - Information about SIDS, safe sleeping tips for children, and services and help for families and providers who experience a SIDS death.

Comprehensive Perinatal Services Program (CPSP) - Program information and application process for providers.

 

Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program (CLPPP)

Lead poisoning prevention information and resources for parents, medical providers, homeowners, workers, and contractors.

Contact Us

The Division of Family Health may be reached at (800) 564-8448.



Page Last Updated: May 31, 2017