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Hotline Phone Numbers for Women and Families

Easy Steps to a Safer Pregnancy - View e-book or Download PDF - FREE!
An interactive resource for moms on easy steps they can take to reduce exposure to chemical toxins during pregnancy.

Other excellent resources about avoiding toxins during pregnancy

These are easy to read and understand and are beautifully presented.

Helpful Clinton Administration Resource Numbers for Women and Families - three of four parts - a copy of the complete list will be available soon at Irene Stuber's Women's References Web site:

Health 1-800-799-SAFE   National Domestic Violence Hotline (Call for information                   on domestic violence, emergency shelters, legal                  advocacy, assistance programs, social services, and                   batterers' programs). (202) 690-7650   Public Health Service, Office on Women's Health                  (Call for general information on resources, services and                  education on women's health programs in the federal                  governments (301) 594-4000   Public Health Service, Office of Population Affairs                  (Call for referral to regional federally funded family                  planning clinics). (301) 402-1770   Office of Research on Women's Health, National                  Institutes of Health (Call for information about                  women's health research at the National Institutes of                  Health). (301) 827-0350   Office of Women's Health, Food and Drug Administration                   (Call for FDA policies and regulations concerning women's                       inclusion in clinical trials and research). 1-800-677-1116   Eldercare Locator, Funded by the Department of                  Health and Human Services Administration on Aging                  (Call for assistance for elder persons and caregivers). 1-800-729-6686   National Clearinghouse on Alcohol and Drug                  Information, Department of Health and Human                  Services, Center on Substance Abuse Prevention                  (Call for information on drug and alcohol abuse). 1-800-421-4211   National Institute of Mental Health Depression (Call                  for information on depression). 1-800-54-WOMEN   Women's Health Initiatives National Institutes of                  Health (Call to sign up for a study on preventing heart                  and lung disease in women ages 50-79). 1-800-4-CANCER   Cancer Information Service, National Cancer                  Institute (Call for information about cancer and for                  referral to an FDA approved mammography center in                  your area). 1-800-458-5231   AIDS Clearinghouse, Centers for Disease Control                  and Prevention (Call for information about AIDS and                  referral to research and medical services). This list supplied through the auspices of the White House Office for Women's Initiatives and Outreach, 708 Jackson Place, Washington, D.C. 20503, 202-456- 7300, Fax 202-456-7311. (Tomorrow, part 4 - Children and Youth)

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