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​Health & Wellness Resources at Your Library

Phoenix Public Library offers a wealth of health and wellness resources to help you achieve your health goals. Whether you want to research a specific condition or are interested in improving your health and wellness overall, the Library has a resource that is right for you, including:
  • workshops
  • online classes
  • online videos
  • book and music lists
  • articles, encyclopedias, pamphlets and more

Every Phoenix Public Library location has staff to help you access these health and wellness resources.  You can access many of these resources from any computer with the use of a Phoenix Public Library card. Find out more about obtaining a Library card.


Join the City of Phoenix's health initiative, FitPHX, at your library!

Attend a Phoenix Public Library program that will help you get on track with your health and wellness goals.  Check the calendar to see upcoming FitPHX events. 

General eResources

Health and Wellness Resource Center ​

Access to authoritative health information, including full-text medical encyclopedias, health and medical journals, pamphlets, streaming videos, and health articles from more than 3,000 general interest publications.


Recommended Websites

Nutrition & Fitness Information


Includes tools and applications that make it easier to live a better, healthier life.


Tips for healthy living.

U.S. Department of Health & Human Services

Eat smart, exercise regularly, and get routine health screenings. Be an active participant in managing your health. Start leading a healthy lifestyle.

Wellness eClasses

Lifetime Wellness 101

This free online class will give you a blueprint to feeling alive, vital, confident and achieving a state of well-being.

Stress Management 101

How do you deal with stress in your life? How do you prevent it? Working through the lessons in this free online class will help you understand the origins of your stress and provide you with a practical approach for reducing stress in your life and, thus, improving your health and emotional well-being.


For Parents

Literacy Screenings

Take 30 minutes to help your child (kindergarten through 3rd grade) read on grade level. Specially trained staff will screen your child for free to determine their reading level. If your child is not reading on grade level, they will offer suggestions, activities, and materials for you to use with your child. Referral information will be made available to those families whose child may need additional assistance.

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