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Every Woman Southeast is a coalition of partners in nine states focused on building and sustaining an equity-focused, life course approach to women's wellness.

Learn more about our pilot projects

Every Woman Southeast is a coalition of partners in nine states focused on building and sustaining an equity-focused, life course approach to women's wellness.

Join us as we amplify women’s voices in the Southeast

Every Woman Southeast is a coalition of partners in nine states focused on building and sustaining an equity-focused, life course approach to women's wellness.

Listen to our latest webinar on innovations in preconception care

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Updates

Webinar Series
Click here
to access the latest recorded webinar on the web-based "Gabby" preconception care program from Boston Medical Center.

Conference Presentations
Every Woman Southeast is on the move! Access the presentations of one of our pilot projects, and learn about the strategies for improving preconception health nationally, by clicking the recordings below from this years Association of Maternal and Child Health Programs Annual Conference.
Including Boys, Men, and Fathers to Achieve MCH Goals
New Resources and Strategies for Improving Preconception Health


Initiatives

Sept Newsletter

Check out our October Newsletter on Health of Women with Disabilities.  

The Show Your Love National Preconception Health Campaign materials are available here!

The U.S. Office of Population Affairs and the Center for Disease Control and Prevention have released Recommendations for Providing Quality Family Planning Services (QFP). The full report can be found here.

Work with new mothers? Are you a new mom? Check out this booklet on family planning "Birth Control After Baby."

  • October 15th always takes me by surprise.  As a recurrent miscarrier – 7 pregnancies, but only 1 live birth – I’m prepped for Mothers’ Day and all the feelings that can evoke.  I’m used to putting on a brave face for pregnancy announcements and baby showers. But October 15th gets me every year.  You see, October is National Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness ...

Women's Voices

The Southeast Women's Voices Survey was launched to learn more about the barriers women in our region face accessing health care and to capture the preventive services they need. To read an executive summary of the results click here.

The Office of Women's Health released the 2014 edition of the Women's Health and Mortality Chartbook. It is a statistical, easy-to-read resource on critical womnen's health issues in all 50 states and U.S. territories.