Women’s Health Resources and Links

Power Me A2Z
The Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS) “Power Me A2Z” campaign promotes healthy lifestyles among 18- to 40-year-old women by distributing free multivitamins with folic acid. As part of the effort, any Arizona woman can register to receive the vitamins and educational information online at PowerMeA2Z.org.

In addition to the consumption of folic acid, the campaign also promotes the importance of a healthy lifestyle including eating right, finding time for quick exercise even if they can’t get to the gym, controlling stress, maintaining a healthy weight, and avoiding excessive drinking.

To learn more about “Power Me A2Z” and to register to receive a free “Power Me Pack” that includes the vitamins and educational information, women are encouraged to visit PowerMeA2Z.org

PRAMS (Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System)

PRAMS is a joint research project between the Arizona Department of Health Services and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The survey asks questions of new mothers/parents about their pregnancy experience and is designed to help determine why some babies are born healthy and others are not. Providers are encouraged to share information on this survey with their patients and can request promotional materials by visiting the ADHS website.

Women’s and Children’s Health Resources

Woman’s Right to Know – Arizona State Resources

Women’s Health Resources on the Web