Collaborate with us
The Office on Women's Health works with organizations, associations, corporations, and health care professionals who are interested in women's health and share the goal of inspiring healthy behaviors.
We welcome the opportunity to collaborate with your organization to reach more people and spread the word about the importance of women's health. If your organization is interested in working with the Office on Women's Health, please contact Valerie Borden. Below are some examples of how we can collaborate.
- Publication insert
- Link to us
- Featured interview on womenshealth.gov
- Featured interview on girlshealth.gov
- Recommend your resources
- Reprint our materials
- Campaigns and activities
- Promote breastfeeding
Do you have a newsletter or some other publication you use to promote your services? We encourage you to use our reader-friendly descriptions that promote womenshealth.gov, which you can cut and paste into your own products.
Add our logo, Web banners, or widgets to your website. It's easy to add us to blogs, resource sections, or highlight us as a special website for your readers.
The girlshealth.gov Spotlight features interviews with young people who have done motivating, unique, or inspirational things. You can nominate someone by contacting our marketing and outreach director.
We welcome recommendations for new resources. Please review our selection criteria before submitting a new resource for consideration and use the organization interview form to submit your recommendation.
You can reprint our womenshealth.gov fact sheets and other publications and distribute them to anyone! They are copyright-free and cover a variety of topics. You can also reprint our girlshealth.gov fact sheets to help teach girls about specific topics. If your organization would like to reprint and distribute any of our hard-copy printed materials, such as our Your Guide to Breastfeeding or Teen Survival Guide, please contact Ann Abercrombie.
Womenshealth.gov participates in a variety of special events and programs throughout the year. We also exhibit our materials and reach out to the public at national conferences all over the country.
Content last updated April 13, 2012.
A federal government website managed by the Office on Women's Health in the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
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