Our guest blogger today is UWA student Georgia Donaldson. After spending her last few years delving into the likes of Shakespeare and International Relations, Georgia decided to spend her final winter break of her English and Political Science degree interning at WHFS as a social media and marketing intern. With ..Continue Reading
Womens Health & Family Services staff, along with other organisations, experts and Government representatives have been part of The Roundtable to End Family and Domestic Violence. Please click here to view the results of this roundtable and the 5 recommendations we can implement now to help end FDV.
Education Opportunity for Women – Scholarships Womens Health & Family Services (in conjunction with South Metropolitan TAFE) offer a 6 month Certificate II Leadership course for Women only. This course provides the opportunity for women to gain self-confidence and improve their employability skills to continue with further education or employment. ..Continue Reading
WHFS will be hosting the Street Doctor van outside our premises on a Wednesday night for those who would like a drop-in, bulk-billed appointment. The Street Doctor will be available from 5pm-8pm at 227 Newcastle street, Northbridge. Click Here to view the Street Doctor flyer
Wednesday evenings 6pm-7pm SMART (Self Management and Recovery Training) is for women who want to work through any behaviour change. SMART Recovery is a free group program to help any problematic behaviour including addiction to alcohol or drugs, gambling, shopping, food, internet, relationships or others. Guided by trained peers and ..Continue Reading