Governor Ducey Recognizes Suicide Prevention Awareness Month

Governor Doug Ducey issued a proclamation recognizing September as Suicide Prevention Awareness Month to help raise awareness of the issue of suicide, mental health needs and available resources. Suicide is the eighth leading cause of death in Arizona, and the second leading cause among the ages of 10-34. The Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System (AHCCCS) is


Arizona Celebrates Women’s History Month

Governor Doug Ducey is declaring March 2021 to be Women’s History Month in Arizona to celebrate the many contributions of women to the success of the state and entire nation, and to recognize the women medical professionals who have made history during the pandemic. “This month, Arizona is proud to celebrate the women who have


Arizona Recognizes Native American Heritage Month

Governor Doug Ducey declared November 2020 Native American Heritage Month in Arizona to recognize the historical, cultural and economic contributions of Native Americans and the 22 tribal communities across the state. “Native American communities play a critical role in the growth and prosperity of our state,” said Governor Ducey. “Arizona is enriched by the many


First Lady Melania Trump on substance abuse prevention

October is National Substance Abuse Prevention Month. President Trump, First Lady Melania Trump, and the entire Trump Administration are committed to a nationwide effort to break the hold of addiction. “This month, we pause to remember the lives lost to addiction, and recommit to protecting all Americans—particularly our nation’s young people—from the devastating effects drugs


Governor Ducey Recognizes Suicide Prevention Week

Governor Doug Ducey issued a proclamation recognizing this week, September 6 – 12, 2020, Suicide Prevention Awareness Week in Arizona to raise awareness of the issue of suicide and highlight services available for those in need. “Arizona is committed to combating suicide and improving access to mental health services,” said Governor Ducey. “Too many families


President and First Lady celebrate 100 years of women’s voting rights!

One hundred years ago Tuesday, the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution was ratified, granting American women the right to vote. The President and First Lady Melania Trump honored the occasion at the White House this morning, where President Trump signed an official Proclamation on the anniversary. It reads, in part: “Today, as we celebrate

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