AZ Legislation

Arizona is a 2020 Mom priority state for advocacy support.

Resolution declaring Maternal Mental Health Day

2020 Mom is proud to partner with the Arizona Section of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (AZ-ACOG) and champion representative Heather Carter to proclaim May 2, 2018 Maternal Mental Health Day in Arizona.

Press Conference held February 12th


Representative Carter and the Arizona Department of Health Services held a press conference on Maternal Mental Health on Monday, February 12th, 2018 in the Rose Garden behind the House of Representatives in Phoenix at the state capitol.  The proclamation was read aloud before the members went to the floor that day.


Representative Heather Carter
Dr. Cara Christ, Director, ADHS
Dr. Katherine Galser, Chair AZ-ACOG
Cindy Lee Herrick, Arizona 2020Mom Ambassador
Debbie Hillman, Board Member, March of Dimes Phoenix
Dr. Brittany Stam, OBGYN, MomDoc

Arizona Department of Health Services and the following partners:

American Academy of Pediatrics- Arizona Chapter
American College of OBGYNs- Arizona Section
Arizona Alliance for Community Health Centers
Arizona Family Health Partnership
Arizona Hospital & Healthcare Association
Arizona Medical Association
Arizona Nurses Association
Arizona Psychiatric Society
Health Systems Alliance of Arizona
March of Dimes
Postpartum Support International- Arizona Chapter 

If you have questions or wish to sign on in support of the resolution please contact

Arizona Capitol

Arizona Capitol

Letter from AZ-ACOG to Representative Carter

Letter from AZ-ACOG to Representative Carter

The proclamation has been unanimously signed by House members.

Please show your support by using the the hashtags: #MMHMatters and #AzMomsMatter