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The Infant Adoption Training Initiative provides adoption information and referrals to pregnant women, and related training to healthcare professionals in order to promote a comprehensive understanding of the adoption process in Arizona.
The March of Dimes is a non-profit organization dedicated to researching problems that threaten the health of babies and helping mothers deliver full-term pregnancies.
The National Family Planning and Reproductive Health Association is a non-profit membership organization established to assure access to voluntary, comprehensive and culturally sensitive family planning and reproductive health care services and to support reproductive freedom for all.
The Office of Population Affairs serves to advise the Secretary and the Assistant Secretary for Health on a wide range of reproductive health topics, including adolescent pregnancy, family planning, and sterilization, as well as other population issues. OPA also oversees the Office of Family Planning, Office of Adolescent Pregnancy Programs, and the Office of Research and Evaluation.
Sex, Etc. provides information and advice on sex, love and relationships, pregnancy, birth control and condoms, HIV/STDs, comprehensive sex education and more to young people and the adults in their lives.
SAAF provides care services and prevention education and outreach to the people of Southern Arizona living with, affected by, or at risk for HIV and AIDS.
The Urban Initiative for Reproductive Health is a multi-year initiative to create and promote real policy solutions to address the reproductive health challenges facing cities today.
The Bureau of Women’s and Children’s Health is a state department supporting efforts to improve the health of Arizona women and children. Activities focus on assessment of health status and identification of health issues, development of partnerships and planning to address health issues, and provision of safety net services.
AzCADV is a non-profit organization comprised of representatives from domestic violence programs (as well as concerned individuals and groups), aiming to increase public awareness about the issue of domestic violence, enhance the safety and services of domestic violence victims, and reduce the incidents of domestic violence in Arizona families.
AACHC is the Primary Care Association (PCA) for the State of Arizona, designated to advance the expansion of Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) and advocate for the health care interests of the medically underserved and uninsured.
Your generosity helps us provide affordable health care to thousands of Arizona residents living in poverty and without insurance.