To find local women's health care resources, visit one of the health care centers listed by the Health Resources and Services Administration. The administration provides a health care facility location tool online. Type the city, state or ZIP code into the search bar to find local health care facilities.
In addition to medical centers located in every state, the Health Resources and Services Administration lists the Ryan White HIV/AIDS program as a source for women's health issues. The program assists more than 155,000 women per year and provides them with medical, dental and behavioral health services. The administration also lists services for maternal and child health. To locate local prenatal services, call its toll-free number.
To find cancer screening resources, contact the Women's Health Check program through the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, according to the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare. The National Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program provides diagnostic and cancer treatment services for women.
The Affordable Care Act provides women with health care options ranging from birth control to general health screening, explains the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. The benefits women have from the Act include maternity coverage without cost-sharing, counseling for contraceptive methods and mammography coverage. Screening tests for issues such as obesity, alcohol abuse, depression and domestic violence are also available to all women under the law.