Managing your physical, mental and dental health are a major aspect of adulthood.
Know how to prevent sexually transmitted diseases, deal with anxiety and depression and make healthy lifestyle choices. If you need to see a medical professional – or are looking for reliable health information – the organizations and websites below can provide both. Ask if the providers accept AHCCCS or if they offer low-cost or no-cost healthcare services.
Arizona has Community Health Centers – You’ll find these Federally Qualified Health Centers throughout Arizona. These medical clinics provide comprehensive primary care to anyone regardless of insurance status.
- Free Clinic Directory – Arizona
- Jewish Family & Children’s Services (480) 820-0825
- La Frontera Arizona (520) 838-5525 (Information About Treatment Services) or (520) 838-3804 (Scheduling)
- Maricopa Mercy Medical Center Community Resources
- Mission of Mercy (602) 861-2233
- Planned Parenthood
Phoenix Metro (602) 277-PLAN (7526) Southern Arizona – (520) 408-PLAN (7526)
Elsewhere in Arizona – Toll-Free (855) 207-PLAN (7526).
- Arizona Family Health Partnership – SexFYI
- Dental and Oral Health Services – Central Arizona Mission of Mercy (AZMOM)
- Southwest Human Development (602) 266-5976
- Southwest Network (480) 994-9244
- Go Ask Alice – A health Q&A Internet resource sponsored by Columbia University.
- National Institutes of Health – The National Institutes of Health (NIH) website provides comprehensive health information, resources and tools.
- Stay Teen – A website dedicated to encouraging young adults to avoid the responsibilities that come with too-early pregnancy and parenting.
- WebMD – Health information, tools for managing your health, and support if you have questions.