NATIVE HEALTH’s Community Health and Wellness Division educates and engages members of the community about health issues and healthier lifestyles. The following programs provide individuals and families with information and services, with the goal of linking the community to needed services. The goal is to present timely and relevant information, education, resources, programs and tools to help individuals and families enjoy good health now and for years to come!
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WIC is a Special Supplemental Nutrition Program funded by the U.S. Department of Agriculture that saves lives and improves the health of nutritionally at-risk women, infants, and children. NATIVE HEALTH has four WIC sites.Learn more >
NATIVE HEALTH ALTCS provides acute care (general medical care services), behavioral health, long term care, and care management services.Learn more >
NATIVE HEALTH’s Health Start (New Mothers) Program is devoted to helping expectant mothers, their babies up to age two, and families to remain healthy as they grow and develop. This program is available for any woman and/or family in Maricopa County needing or wanting assistance. Funded by Arizona Department of Health Services.Learn more >
NATIVE HEALTH’s Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Home Visiting Program is designed to strengthen Native American families off reservation, for pregnant families through five years of age. This program focuses on school readiness with frequent visits and support for the family.Learn more >
The Indigenous Wellness program consists of Diabetes Prevention, Wellness Warriors and the Indigenous Wellness Gardens. The program provides culturally relevant education on prevention and the promotion of holistic wellness for Indigenous peoples in Maricopa County through a wide variety of classes and events.Learn more >
The NATIVE HEALTH LAUNCH Home Visiting Program provides support to families with children 0-8 years. Families will gain important information on healthy child development, â€‹behavioral health,
and parent-child interaction.