Bureau of Women's and Children's Health
Our bureau spent the last year listening to families, community members, and stakeholders about public health concerns of women and children in AZ. State and national data has been compiled and reviewed. It's now time to select our Maternal and Child Health Priorities.
Please join us for this final meeting downtown on Monday, April 20th at 1:30 p.m. Our agenda will review the data and select the 8-10 priorities going forward. This is a community effort. Please come and lend your experience and voice. Agenda | Presentations | State Priorities
The Bureau of Women's and Children's Health (BWCH) supports 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.
News & Recent Publications
- Arizona Injury Data Report, 2013
- Traumatic Brain Injury Among Arizona Residents, 2012
- Poisonings Among Arizona Residents, 2012
- Injuries Due to Venomous Insects and Plants Among Arizona Residents, 2012
- Childhood Overweight and Obesity of Arizona Third Graders, 2009-2010
- Arizona Injury Surveillance and Prevention Plan, 2012-2016
- Visit the Reports & Fact Sheets page for previous information.