AZ state med marj program rep to provide program and discounts for Combat Vets renewals w/docs being able to file w/state rep saving time locating MDs in rural areas ie Casa Grande. How about this suggestion for AZ State County in disp Reps and discounts for reapps Combat Vets. Thanks for your Support1 vote
Tthe card fees are outlined in rule and the rules do not currently allow for a discounted fee for veterans.
At one time through the Office of Prevention website, there was a list of recordings on various topic pertaining to gay, lesbians, *****, and the transgender community. None of the links work. When looking for state statistics on health disparities for this population I could find nothing under all the categories offered under A-Z. I hope that was an error on my part and the information is there. With the emphasis on integrated care in both medical and behavioral health settings, addressing explicit and implicit bias in healthcare settings is vital, as is data collection for this subgroup minority population. Our current medical primary care settings "** friendly"? Do we all agree and understand on terminology to use or not use? Have we all had that cultural cross-training in both the physical and mental health continuum of care to assure us that we are not fostering racial bias and oppression? Under the tab for "fighting stigma" I found nothing at all in addressing this issue. Where can I find information on the current status of health care prevention, and treatment, cultural awareness, in working with LGBTQ community in health care settings. Thank you.
At one time through the Office of Prevention website, there was a list of recordings on various topic pertaining to gay, lesbians, *****, and the transgender community. None of the links work. When looking for state statistics on health disparities for this population I could find nothing under all the categories offered under A-Z. I hope that was an error on my part and the information is there. With the emphasis on integrated care in both medical and behavioral health settings, addressing explicit and implicit bias in healthcare settings is vital, as is data collection for this subgroup minority…1 vote
The Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS) understands there are unique health challenges that the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) community faces; such as reduced access to health care and insurance, and lack of cultural competence by providers. While there is limited health-related data collection on sexual orientation and gender identification, the ADHS is committed to creating health equity and ensuring optimal health for the LGBT community in Arizona. Current efforts include designating the LGBT population in Arizona as a priority in efforts aimed at preventing and reducing the prevalence of tobacco use and HIV/AIDS.
To obtain the birth certificate of my grand mother, I need the date of her birth, but I only know the year, what can I do?
Hello! I only know the year of my grandma´s birth, what can I do to obtain her birth certificate?1 vote
Please complete the application with as much information as possible so that a search for the record can be conducted. We will make every effort possible to locate the record based on what you provide in the application.
Include the names of the parents and the county where the registrant was born if this information is available.
If a record is located and you meet the eligibility requirements, a certified copy will be issued to you. If we are unable to locate the record, a certificate of no record will be issued. Please see our website for the eligibility requirements for requesting a birth certificate.
Make the payment page complete the process.1 vote
Please send more detailed information on what you are looking for and we will try to help you out.
Online ordering of birth certificates like WA and OR1 vote
The Arizona Department of Health Services, Office of Vital Records does not accept online orders; however, for your convenience, you can process online requests through an independent company that we have partnered with to provide you this service; VitalChek Network, Inc. We do not endorse any other internet ordering service. VitalChek can be reached either through its website, or by phone. An additional fee is charged by VitalChek for using this service, and all major credit cards are accepted, including American Express®, Discover®, MasterCard®, or Visa®.
If you order through Vital Check please note that additional feess will be billed to your credit card. The information is listed on the site below.
where are the AZ Assisted Living Regs?1 vote
Are there any options to export data to an excel spreadsheet from your licensing facilities and providers page? Copy and paste does not maintain links, etc. Thank you.1 vote
Yes, we maintain downloadable files of all our providers here:
I am looking at A.R.S. § 36-1681 and need to know when this was adopted.1 vote
Article 7, Pool Safety, consisting of § 36-1681 was added by laws 1990, Chapter 404, § 1, effective June 2, 1991.
MARLENE J MILLER/OROSCO/OROSZCO U HAVE MY PERMSSION ON 5-21-20161 vote
You will need to go to the following website to learn about the requirements and how to register for the medical marijuana program.
Trying to fill out you form, which asks for amount of money to be sent to you, but there is nowhere to get this information in order to include it on the form.1 vote
The fee for an Arizona birth or death certificate varies depending on the county in which you submit your application. The fees for each county can be located on the Arizona Department of Health Services, Vital Records Home Page by selecting the Fee Schedule located in the left tool bar, or by selecting the box in the center of the Vital Records Home Page titled “Local Counties & Fee Schedules”. You can also contact the Bureau of Vital Records at (602) 364-1300 and speak to a Customer Service Representative to obtain fee information.
I was doing renewal for license for speech language pathologist assistant.
Need Help!!!!!!1 vote
When renewing your license, please have all necessary documentation available and allow for uninterrupted time to enter information. If you spend more than 2 hours per page, your session will time out. For assistance with the portal, please refer to our Quick Reference Guide available on our website. If you have any questions, please contact the Bureau of Special Licensing at 602-364-2079.
Can I receive a list of all CHAA numbers for licensed dispensaries?1 vote
Please visit our website Map Your CHAA feature to view the labeled map. Due to ARS § 36-2810 Confidentiality, additional information for licensed dispensaries cannot be made available.
I could not find info on the grant for pesticide chemical testing I heard about on KTAR this morning
I could not find info on the grant for pesticide chemical testing I heard about on KTAR this morning1 vote
I think you are talking about the Biomonitoring grant. You can obtain more information at:
Email us at: biomonitoring @azdhs.gov
or call us at: 602-364-3118
Do you think school should have monthly inspections like restaurants do? Completely checking out the cafeteria and bathrooms and fining the schools if they arent up to par?1 vote
School cafeterias permitted by the county environmental health departments and are inspected multiple times throughout the year if they prepare food for students and staff; usually every 6 months. Public school grounds are also permitted by the county and are inspected once every school year. Any item that is found out of compliance must be corrected immediately or by the time of a re-inspection. If you have a specific complaint, you can report it to the county environmental health.
What is the process to open a medical marijuana testing facility? Where growers, dispensaries and consumers/patients can send flowers or edibles or any product to test products for pesticides, genetics, concentrations? Do you need a special license?1 vote
All rules for Medical Marijuana are found on our website at:
No idea, just a question....1 vote
Please refer to the Arizona Department of Health Services website for complete instructions on submitting your application via the web.
The link is:
Is it possible to get a list of total population by CHAA?1 vote
What we have readily available is found on the web page listed below. http://www.azdhs.gov/preparedness/public-health-statistics/cancer-registry/chaa/index.php
If you are looking for something different, please submit your public records request to the ADHS at:
I attempted to locate and print Appendix B-1: Rehabilitation & Support Services Billing Crosswalk. Just wanted to let you know that it appears the link to B-1 actually generates the Allowable Procedure Codes and Provider types document. Not sure if you can take this up with the webmaster but we’ve been directing traffic to this resource and I want to make sure that they can access it.1 vote
i apologize, but ADHS is no longer maintaining this the Behavioral Health Website as that Division is now part of the Arizona Health Care Coxt Containment System, the Arizona Medicaid agency. Please check with them directly.
I'm trying to email someone who deals with public health records in Arizona, and there are no email addresses available anywhere on this website. Not posting email addresses is very frustrating, and not usual policy for a state agency.1 vote
Please let us know the type of public health data you need and we will find the right area and person to direct you to. Thanks
This site is not user friendly. It is frozen and will not allow me to resubmit a correction for spelling of a last name1 vote
We apologize for the difficulty you are experiencing. Your problem appears to be specific to your application, and the link to make the correction may have expired. Please contact the program directly for assistance. You may contact the program by calling 602-364-1793 or by sending an email to M2programsupport@azdhs.gov.
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