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Thanks to The Maine Girls' Health Summit Resource List for some of these links.

For Adults

The Ms. Foundation
A Mainely Girls sponsor, The Ms. Foundation is coming out with some materials from their Healthy Girls/Healthy Women Collaborative.

A site that provides up-to-date information on a variety of women's health issues. A one-stop resource for health information.

Dads and Daughters
This national nonprofit membership organization provides tools to strengthen father-daughter relationships and to transform the pervasive messages that value girls more for how they look than who they are.

Daughters Newsletter
At this web site for "the newsletter for parents of girls," you can sample the current issue of the newsletter, read previous articles, and subscribe to the newsletter aimed at raising healthy, confident girls and supporting families of girls.

Take Our Daughters to Work Day
It's never too early to start planning what you can to do participate in the celebration of this important day for girls. A wealth of materials can be found at this website.

For Girls

Teen Voices
Based on the magazine written by girls, Teen Voices is dedicated to publishing the genuine and diverse voices of adolescent girls, encouraging them to express their hopes, fears, experiences, and insights.

The Girls' Health Newsletter: iEmily!
Being an adolescent girl has never been easy, but young teens of the 21st century now have a virtual partner to see them through the most confusing, exciting time of their lives. You may note that Mainely Girls is included in the "Organization Spotlight."

Zoey's Room
Listening to what girls have to say and helping girls learn from each other is the goal of this web site, hosted by pre-teen "cyberian" Zoey, who opens her room to girls for empowerment, community, and learning about technology and personal issues.

New Moon
With girl editors ages 8 to 14 and girl contributors from all over the world, New Moon, "A Magazine for Girls and Their Dreams" celebrates girls, explores their passage from girls to women, and builds healthy resistance to gender inequities.