ALERT is a coalition representing partnerships with law enforcement, faith-based communities, non-profit organizations, social service agencies, attorneys and concerned citizens. ALERT helps victims of trafficking by providing: food and shelter; medical care; mental health counseling; immigration assistance; legal assistance; language interpretation; case management; and other culturally appropriate services throughout the state of Arizona. Through education, outreach and a variety of programs and services, ALERT strives to end the suffering and dehumanization of victims of human trafficking.
AZPHA is a membership organization that works to improve the level of health and well-being for all Arizonans through advocacy, education and professional development. AZPHA is a non-profit organization that has been in business since 1928. Our members include health care professionals, state and county health employees, health educators, community advocates, doctors, nurses, students and faculty, and anyone who is interested in public health issues.
APCA is an organization created to meet the health-related needs of Asian/Pacific Islander individuals and families residing in Maricopa County. APCA provides access to preventive services such as hepatitis B screening and vaccination, mammograms, diabetes testing, and tobacco prevention and cessation information, among many other advocacy and direct service programs designed to fulfill the agency’s mission.
CFHC is a catalyst for expanding health care services by building the capacity of community organizations and providing an informed public voice in support of family planning, preconception care, reproductive health and high quality women’s health care services. CFHC also directs funding for providers of family health services, performs advanced research in reproductive health care and contraception, conducts education, training and community outreach efforts, and tests, implements and monitors effective programs.
Cardea is a non-profit organization focusing on training, organizational development and research, dedicated to helping health and human service providers deliver accessible, high quality, culturally proficient, and compassionate services to their clients.
The CDC, in collaboration with the Office of Population Affairs (OPA) of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), supports a national Infertility Prevention Program (IPP) that funds chlamydia and gonorrhea screening and treatment services for low-income, sexually active women attending family planning, STD, and other women’s healthcare clinics.
CHAT is a group of non-profit organizations promoting comprehensive sex education and encouraging teens and adults to make healthy choices about their sexuality, to actively combat the growing teen pregnancy, birth and rising STI rates in Arizona.
The Emergency Contraception Website is operated by the Office of Population Research at Princeton University and by the Association of Reproductive Health Professionals, to increase knowledge about and access to emergency contraception.
FPCAI is an association of private, not-for-profit family planning Title X grantees devoted to keeping publically-funded reproductive health services a national priority.
Gila River Health Care is a provider of superior, comprehensive, community-oriented health care for the Gila River Indian Community, the Ak-Chin Indian Community, and other federally recognized tribes of the United States.
Your generosity helps us provide affordable health care to thousands of Arizona residents living in poverty and without insurance.