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Every woman has a right. To safety. To physical and emotional health. To financial security. To happiness. To overall wellness.

However, in the Southeastern United States, this is a right that's going unrealized by far too many women. And, while good intentions abound, change simply isn't happening fast enough. But it can. At Every Woman Southeast, we believe that those working in the field have the solutions. Our Coalition seeks to connect and combine talents, perspectives, and resources to elevate what's working and create a new legacy for women in our region. By working together, our Coalition can spark change more rapidly and more powerfully.

> Join us in improving women's wellness in the Southeast

from our blog

  • Oral health is KEY to overall health and the well-being of pregnant women and their babies. It is also a time when women are particularly vulnerable to poor oral health outcomes. It has long been known that hormonal changes commonly are associated...
  • Throughout the country governors, mayors, and even the president are issuing proclamations recognizing May as National Mental Health Awareness Month. But raising awareness about mental health and connecting people to service needs to happen year...

Every Woman Southeast is working with community groups in our region to explore the experiences of women, especially as they relate to reproductive health. Check out our latest photo narrative project with the Preconception Peer Educators of the Cradle Me 3 initiative at North Carolina Central University in Durham, NC.

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making connections

Every Woman Southeast connects professionals throughout our region with initiatives, activities, and policies that support women's wellness.

working for change

For Every Woman Southeast, each day presents new opportunities to make a real difference in improving the state of women's wellness.

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Improving women's wellness in the Southeast is more than just an idea. It's a movement. And it's being led by people just like you.