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Women’s Health

Women’s Health Resources

  • ArizonaZika–Provides information on symptoms and prevention for Zika in Women, Pregnant Women and Men.
  • American Cancer SocietyDedicated to helping persons who face cancer. Supports research, patient services, early detection, treatment and education.
  • American Heart Association–Our mission is to build healthier lives, free of cardiovascular diseases and stroke. That single purpose drives all we do. The need for our work is beyond question.
  • American Lung Association–The American Lung Association is the leading organization working to save lives by improving lung health and preventing lung disease through Education, Advocacy and Research.
  • Better Breathers Club–Better Breathers Clubs® are welcoming support groups offered at  no charge to people with COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary  disease) or other chronic lung diseases. The club brings people  together to learn how to manage their condition and improve  their quality of life
  • AMIGAS —AMIGAS is a bilingual educational outreach intervention designed to help promotoras (community health workers) and other lay health educators increase cervical cancer screening among Hispanics who have rarely or never had a Pap test.
  • Arizona Child and Family Advocacy Network–The Arizona Child and Family Network (ACFAN) supports the establishment, sustainability and improvement of advocacy centers that serve victims of child abuse, sexual and family violence.
  • Arizona Department of Health ServicesProvides news and information about public health services and facilities in the state of Arizona.
  • Arizona Department of Health Services, Bureau of Women’s and Children’s Health Hotlines–The Bureau of Women’s and Children’s Health (BWCH) supports efforts to improve the health of Arizona women and children.
  • Arizona Family Health Partnership–Arizona Family Health Partnership is a private, not-for-profit organization dedicated to making reproductive healthcare and education available and accessible to all women, men and teens in Arizona, even if they lack health insurance or money.
  • Arizona Governor’s Office for Youth, Faith, and Families–The Governor’s Office of Youth, Faith and Family believes that every child has the potential to become a healthy, productive and educated member of society.
  • Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System–Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System (AHCCCS) is Arizona’s Medicaid agency that offers health care programs to serve Arizona residents. Individuals must meet certain income and other requirements to obtain services.
  • Arizona Postpartum Wellness Coalition–The Arizona Postpartum Wellness
    Coalition provides support, resources, and education for families and providers.
  • Arizona Pregnancy and Breastfeeding Hotline: 1.800.833.4642
  • Arizona Women, Infants, and Children (WIC)–WIC is a nutrition program that helps the whole family learn about eating well and staying healthy.
  • Breastfeeding Guide — Your Guide to Breastfeeding from the Office of Women’s Health
  • Center for Disease Control and Prevention–Women’s HealthWomen’s health information, tips, and research from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
  • Every Women Southeast Trainings–Archived webinars focusing on issues from preconception to life planning to the impact of racism on women’s and infant’s health
  • The Center of Excellence for Transgender Health–Increasing access to comprehensive, effective, and affirming healthcare services for trans communities.
  • Food and Drug Administration for Women–Food and drug news and tips for women from the FDA.
  • Inter Tribal Council of Arizona–Health Programs–ITCA Health Programs assist Tribes to create healthy communities through capacity building and technical assistance in the areas of health policy, program development, and training.
  • Medline Plus–Women’s Health TopicsNational Institute of Health site with up to date information on women’s health issues, covering everything from domestic violence to ovarian cancer.
  • National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health–National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health (NLIRH) builds Latina power to guarantee the fundamental human right to reproductive health, dignity and justice.
  • National Women’s Health Information CenterThe Office on Women’s Health provides national leadership and coordination to improve the health of women and girls.
  • National Women’s Health Network–The National Women’s Health Network improves the health of all women by developing and promoting a critical analysis of health issues in order to affect policy and support consumer decision-making.
  • Native American Women’s Health Education Resource Center–The Native American Community Board (NACB) works to protect the health and human rights of Indigenous Peoples pertinent to our communities through cultural preservation, education, coalition building, community organizing, reproductive justice, environmental justice, and natural resource protection while working toward safe communities for women and children at the local, national, and international level.
  • Office on Women’s Health–Minority Women’s Health–This section of womenshealth.gov takes a closer look at some of the main health problems facing specific minority groups, and provides links to more in-depth information.
  • Office of Research on Women’s Health–National Institute of Health. ORWH is part of the Office of the Director of NIH, and works in partnership with the 27 NIH Institutes and Centers to ensure that women’s health research is part of the scientific framework at the NIH—and throughout the scientific community.
  • Planned Parenthood–Planned Parenthood believes in the fundamental right of each individual, throughout the world, to manage his or her fertility, regardless of the individual’s income, marital status, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, age, national origin, or residence.
  • Postpartum Support InternationalPostpartum Support International is dedicated to helping women suffering from perinatal mood and anxiety disorders.
  • PowerMe A2Z–Vitamin and Folic Acid information and resources for women in Arizona.
  • SexFYI–Provides information on birth control options, educational resources, information on Title X and locating the nearest health clinic.
  • U.S. Health Resources & Services Administration–Women’s Health ProgramWomen’s health information provided by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
  • University of Arizona–National Center of Excellence in Women’s Health–Our mission is to improve the health and wellness of women throughout the lifecycle, with an emphasis on underserved girls and women.

Aging and Elderly

  • Aging And Adult Services–The Division supports at-risk Arizonans to meet their basic needs and to live safely, with dignity and independence.
  • Assisted Living Facilities–Tips for Choosing a Facility and Making the Transition.
  • Medline Plus- Seniors’ HealthNational Institute of Health site with up to date information on seniors’ health.
  • Statewide-Arizona Vulnerable Adult Abuse and Neglect: 1-SOS-ADULT or 1-877-767-2385 or (602)-674-4200
  • Nationwide-Vulnerable Adult Abuse and Neglect: 1-800-677-1116