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WHFS COVID-19 Response

Womens Health & Family Services remains open to support clients and communities. Some services have been affected by COVID-19. Read More here:

Our COVID-19 Response

Community workshops are currently closed to stop the spread of COVID-19

WHFS offers a variety of workshops for clients and community.

About the Workshops

Street Doctor joins forces with WHFS

Every Wednesday between 5pm-8pm is Street Doctor night at Women's Health!

About Street Doctor

Women’s Health & Family Services is a not-for-profit organisation that specialises in women’s health issues.

We are a collective of women offering leading advice from medical, counselling, and mental health services, drug, alcohol and domestic violence support to community workshops and professional training in a safe,inclusive and nurturing environment for all women – regardless of age, race or circumstances – their families and the community.

The program provides information, advocacy and referrals as well as group activities, respite camps and peer support groups.
Qualified counsellors work alongside women and their families experiencing AOD related problems to make positive changes in their lives.
Family members operate and connect with each other in unique ways; no two families are alike.
Womens Health & Family Services provides a professional counselling service for women over the age of 18.
Ensure you are meeting nutrition targets for vitamins, minerals and other key nutrients with healthy eating and lifestyle habits.
The program supports and assists women to make informed decisions about their health and wellbeing
DVAS provides people with a safe and friendly environment to access advocacy, legal and DCP services.
Each school term WHFS has a number of groups for WHFS clients and their children.
These services are provided by female doctors and nurses at both our Northbridge and Joondalup offices.
The Be Well Mental Health Program is a free service, providing social and emotional support and advocacy to women
MWAS promotes the safety of women, with or without children, from migrant and refugee backgrounds.
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2,000
Crèche sessions provided in 2018
4
Full time female doctors & nurses at our office
363
Community workshops held

Since 1977 we have created a safe environment for women, at every stage of life.

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Improving the health & wellbeing of WA women, families & communities
Read the stories of those who have volunteered, received assistance, donated and worked with WHFS.

Our Supporters

We wish to acknowledge the support of our funders and supporters who help us to support WA women.

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