Alameda County/Improving Pregnancy Outcomes Prog

Complete Address

Kay Adams, MPH, Interim Director
Improving Pregnancy Outcomes Program (IPOP)
Alameda County Public Health Department
1000 San Leandro Blvd., Suite 100
San Leandro, CA 94577


Tel: (510) 618-2080
Fax: (510) 618-2006

General Email Address Email: [email protected]
Description The Improving Pregnancy Outcomes Program (IPOP) is dedicated to reducing infant mortality within the African American community in Alameda County. Our goal is to reach low-income, medically and socially at-risk pregnant and parenting women, fathers, infants and other stakeholders to provide the necessary resources for a positive outcome. IPOP approaches include:
  • Case management
  • Group health education
  • Fatherhood services
  • Community outreach
  • Information & referral
  • Health awareness campaign
  • Peer health leadership
  • Provider training
  • Local health systems change

IPOP is one of over 100 programs across the country that is federally-funded to reduce infant mortality and improve perinatal health outcomes under the auspices of the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) Maternal and Child Health Bureau.


Low-income pregnant and parenting African American women, men, and their infants



Clients must meet all of the following eligibility requirements:

  • Must be African American.
  • Must be low-income.
  • Must be pregnant or be a parent of a child less than 2 years old.
  • Must live in one of the IPOP zip code areas below:
94601 Oakland—Fruitvale District
94602, 94603, 94605 East Oakland
94606, 94621 East Oakland
94607 West Oakland
94608 Emeryville
94609 North Oakland



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This organization is listed in the Youth Services Directory.