CPSP Provider Trainings
Please note that all CPSP classes require registration, no walk-ins accepted. If participants arrive 15 minutes late, certificates of attendance may not be given.

CPSP Overview Day 1
This 8 hour class provides a general overview of the CPSP model of care as well as Title 22 (CCR) program requirements. It includes an introduction to the following: initial assessment, trimester reassessments, postpartum assessment, psychosocial mandated reporting requirements, weight gain grids, the Perinatal Food Frequency Questionnaire (PFFQ), individualized care plan development, and billing/documentation requirements.
Prerequisite: None
Intended Audience: Administration, Comprehensive Perinatal Health Workers (CPHW) and others who may or may not provide direct perinatal care.

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CPSP Overview Day 2
In this 8 hour class, participants learn how to administer the Initial CPSP Assessment/Reassessment and Postpartum Assessment tools. They will also practice developing individualized patient care plans, plotting the client’s weight using the appropriate weight-gain grid, and completing the Perinatal Food Frequency Questionnaire. Participants will also learn about intimate partner violence and will practice using the Patient Health Questionnaire 9 (PHQ-9) to screen for perinatal depression.
Prerequisite: Must attend CPSP Overview Day 1 prior to attending Day 2, but you can register for both at the same time.
Intended Audience: Comprehensive Perinatal Health Workers (CPHW) and others who provide direct perinatal care.

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Breastfeeding Basics for CPSP Providers
Come find out what's new in breastfeeding! CPSP practitioners will increase their knowledge and skills in providing breastfeeding assessment, intervention, documentation, and reimbursement of services. In addition to standard educational materials, the updated training utilizes videos, hands-on activities and other visual aids to enhance the learning experience.
Prerequisite: Must have attended CPSP Overview Day 1
Intended Audience: Comprehensive Perinatal Health Workers (CPHW) and others who provide direct perinatal care.

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Intimate Partner Violence/Domestic Violence Training
Participants will learn about the "cycle of violence," steps for screening a patient involved in IPV, review mandatory domestic violence reporting laws, and understand the clinic's legal responsibilities. The class also reviews brain development of exposure to chronic violence, how to document domestic violence on the patient's care plan, and resources available for patients in domestic violence relationships.
Prerequisite: None
Intended Audience: Comprehensive Perinatal Health Workers (CPHWs), mid-level staff (PAs, RNs), and all other staff that provide direct patient care.

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Additional CPSP Training Opportunities

CPSP & Medi-Cal Billing Training

California Department of Public Health CPSP Provider Overview & Steps To Take Training

What's New in CPSP
Be Prepared For Your Quality Assurance Visit! 

Use this quality assurance checklist to make sure everything is ready to go before your next QA visit.               

Want FREE Pregnancy Education Materials?

Look no further! The Centers for Disease Control & Prevention has free information for pregnant women covering topics like gestational diabetes, STDs, and folic acid. Check out their website to see what they offer.

Perinatal HIV: Where to Report & Refer

If a client is HIV positive, do you know where to report and refer? Visit the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health Division of HIV and STD Programs to report cases of HIV and other STDs. Pregnant women with HIV must be referred to a Perinatal HIV Specialty Center to receive specialized care throughout their pregnancy.

Introducing LA MOMS (Los Angeles Managing Obesity in Moms)

In Los Angeles County 1 in 3 women of reproductive age are overweight or obese, affecting a disproportionately high number of Hispanic and African American women. Maternal overweight and obesity are linked to poor birth outcomes and lower breastfeeding rates. LA MOMs will provide new mothers guidance on nutrition, physical activity, breastfeeding and stress reduction, with the goal of reducing obesity among postpartum women in Los Angeles County. To sign up for the LA MOMS newsletter or refer a new mom to the program, please email lamoms@ph.lacounty.gov .