Women's Health Resource Center

As part of our commitment to providing unparalleled women’s health care, the University of Michigan Von Voigtlander Women’s Hospital is committed to providing women access to educational resources, wellness information, and outreach activities through our unique Women’s Health Program. The Women’s Health Program offers a wide variety of classes and educational programs throughout Southeast Michigan, in addition to maintain a full-service Women’s Health Resource Center (WHRC) providing women and their families with access to credible health information in a comfortable and supportive environment. Our knowledgeable Women’s Health Program staff and volunteers help clients access helpful health and wellness information, including offering the following services:

  • A lending library featuring books, DVDs and other resources you can check out for up to one month
  • Pamphlets, handouts and articles and on hundreds of health and wellness topics
  • Educational classes and seminars
  • Support for breastfeeding mothers
  • Connections to UMHS programs, services and physicians.

The Center is open during regular business hours, Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. During non-business hours, clients are encouraged to use our 24-hour voice messaging system to leave a message so one of our staff members can assist you.

You can help make a difference

The University of Michigan Von Voigtlander Women’s Hospital connects women to the very best resources in health care, research and education. We believe that by providing comprehensive services, compassionate providers, extensive outreach activities and a full-service Women’s Health Resource Center, we help women actively participate in managing their health throughout their lifespan. If you are interested in volunteering at the Women’s Health Resource Center, please contact the University of Michigan Volunteer Services at 734-936-4327. To learn more about supporting women’s health programs at University of Michigan, please contact the Children’s and Women’s Health Development Team at 734-763-5716