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May 03rd, 2017

The Arizona legislature is voting tomorrow on a last-minute measure requiring the Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS) to apply to become a Title X grantee in Arizona. While we’re not sure what led to this last-minute effort to push HB2542 through, the fact is the competition for the Title X grant has always been […]

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Zika Threat Not Over – CDC Weighs In

Zika Threat Not Over – CDC Weighs In

May 02nd, 2017

In an article published by Stat last December, CDC Director Tom Freiden was interviewed on the topic of Zika. Due to the colder weather it seems many Americans have put Zika out of their minds as a potential threat, and dream of travelling to warmer climates to escape the snow. But Freiden says that for […]

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Page High School Adds Sexual Education to Life Choices/Personal Fitness Classes

Page High School Adds Sexual Education to Life Choices/Personal Fitness Classes

April 28th, 2017

This year Canyonlands Healthcare has added Sexual Education to their ongoing Life Choices curriculum. The course is intended as a way for students of Page High School to learn about basic life skills and personal decision making, as well as the outcomes of these choices. One staff member in particular was enthusiastic when they heard […]

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AFHP Hosts First Chlamydia Performance Improvement Project Meeting for Chlamydia Grant

AFHP Hosts First Chlamydia Performance Improvement Project Meeting for Chlamydia Grant

April 03rd, 2017

At the end of March, AFHP hosted our partner agencies to kick off the beginning of the Chlamydia Performance improvement Project. AFHP was awarded a grant at the beginning of 2017 by the Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS) to improve the amount of people tested for Chlamydia in the state of Arizona. ADHS receives […]

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An Evening with Celinda Lake

An Evening with Celinda Lake

February 15th, 2017

We are so excited to announce that Celinda Lake, one of the nation’s foremost experts on electing women candidates and on framing issues to women, and a renowned researcher and pollster, will speak about the impact of poverty on reproductive healthcare plays and the policies that determine access to it at An Evening with Celinda […]

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December Delegates’ Meeting

January 06th, 2017

On December 6, 2016, Arizona Family Health Partnership (AFHP) held the final Delegates’ meeting of the year, opening up the attendance to people outside the delegate network tome and offered Continuing Education Units (CEUs) for the medical providers that attended. Five guest speakers presented about a variety of reproductive health topics such as: transgender health […]

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2017 Reproductive Resolutions

2017 Reproductive Resolutions

December 28th, 2016

Happy New Year! And with this new year, we know you’re thinking about a “new you”. New year’s resolutions mean different things to different people, but usually a little over half of Americans make them every year. If you were curious, these were 10 of the most common resolutions made last year: Lose weight Get […]

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Arizona Family Health Partnership Delivers #ZapZika Kits to Community Partners for Zika Prevention

Arizona Family Health Partnership Delivers #ZapZika Kits to Community Partners for Zika Prevention

December 15th, 2016

Did you know that besides from being bitten by a mosquito, you can get Zika by having unprotected sex with someone who already has the virus? Did you also know that women who are already pregnant can be the most adversely affected by Zika? To help combat the spread, Arizona Family Health Partnership (AFHP) applied […]

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We Are So Excited To Announce…

We Are So Excited To Announce…

September 20th, 2016

…that we received a new grant to fund the prevention of the sexual transmission of Zika here in Arizona! We are using a one-time $248,626 U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) grant for Zika prevention and protection training as well as counseling and education primarily targeting women of reproductive age who are not […]

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A Change in Rulemaking

A Change in Rulemaking

September 12th, 2016

The Obama administration published a notice of proposed rulemaking that is designed to clarify and strengthen longstanding patient protections for the more than 4 million women and men who seek care through the Title X family planning program. These new protections would ensure that states cannot withhold Title X federal family planning money from certain recipients for […]

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