Women’s Health & Family Services has gone through a number of changes over the years, growing from several smaller organisations into the service it is today.
Items below with the year in purple denotes milestones relating to Joondalup, while orange denotes Northbridge.
Opening of Women’s Health Care House in Glendower Street, Highgate, offering medical and counselling services for women.
English classes for migrant women commence.
Whitfords Women’s Health Centre commences.
Domestic Violence Support Group commences.
Perth Women’s Centre opens on Aberdeen Street.
Counselling for Abuse by Health Professionals program commences.
Award winning Mental Health Community Outreach Project, now known as ‘Be Well’ commences.
Women’s Healthworks opens in Joondalup.
Award winning Multicultural Women’s Advocacy Service commences.
Women’s Healthcare House and Perth Women’s Centre merge under name Women’s Health Services.
Physical activity program commences, including exercise classes for migrant women.
Volunteer Program commences.
Building commences on purpose built service in Newcastle Street.
Multicultural Women’s Advocacy Services now in six different locations – Perth, Northbridge, Mirrabooka, Gosnells, Fremantle, Mandurah.
Women’s Health Services renamed as Women’s Health & Family Services.
Rural in Reach program commences, the first of its kind in Western Australia, delivering services to regional community centres.
Joondalup Healthworks merges with Women’s Health and Family Services.
Training and Education program commences, providing gender specific training and education.
Workplace Wellbeing Survey developed to help workplaces access psychological risk factors within the workplace.
Children’s Therapy Room renovation completed.