California Women's Health Survey
The California Women's Health Survey (CWHS) is an annually conducted survey about women's health and serves as a catalyst for innovative solutions that impact the health of California's women and girls.
The Survey was established to provide information to policy-makers and health professionals about women's health and to serve as a catalyst for innovative solutions that impact the health of California's women and girls. The Women's Health Survey is a unique collaborative interdepartmental and private industry effort between the California Departments of Public Health, Health Care Services, Mental Health, Alcohol and Drug Programs and Social Services and private partners the California Medical Review, Inc. (aka Lumetra) and the Public Health Institute.
Information collected via the survey is analyzed and disseminated in our Data Points publication. The following editions of Data Points are available.