Family Health Promotion

Public Health provides a variety of child and family health services and programs aimed at reducing health disparities, improving birth outcomes, and addressing health promotion issues across the lifespan of individuals and families.
  1. Find Help Phoenix

    Look for medical services, legal help, and affordable housing, and many other services. The approximate 1,500 resources are free and almost free, checked for accuracy, and the information for each service is just what you need: location, a description of the service, cost, and a phone number/website link to make contact.

  2. Healthy Start

    South Phoenix Healthy Start is a federally funded, community based; infant mortality reduction program. Our mission is to increase the number of infants that live and remain healthy past one year of age.

  3. Lead Poisoning Prevention

    The Maricopa County Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program works in conjunction with the City of Phoenix to provide information regarding lead poisoning and how to protect our children and families from the dangers associated with environmental lead hazards.

  4. Newborn Intensive Care Program

    All babies in Maricopa County who require 120 hours or more of care in the Newborn Intensive Care Unit (NICU) are eligible for the Newborn Intensive Care Program (NICP).

  5. Nurse Family Partnership

    Nurse-Family Partnership (NFP) is an evidence-based, nurse home visiting program for women in Phoenix, East and West Valley who are having their first baby.

  6. Oral Health

    The Office of Oral Health administers programs that provide dental screenings, sealants, education and referrals to schools, children 0-5, pregnant women, and also provide tobacco education with an online course for providers, and dental insurance for residents living with HIV/AIDS through Ryan White.

  7. Women, Infants & Children (WIC)

    Find out what Women, Infants and Children provide, who WIC is for, income guidelines, and how to apply.