Women’s Health and Wellbeing Services is a not for profit organisation that works with women and families in the community to reduce the impact of mental health problems on families and to help foster growth, for strong women and strong families. Your small change will make a big change!
Women’s Heath and Wellbeing has a variety of different organisations and companies working from our office in Gosnells.
To find out more about the different agency working within WHWS please see below.
The Sexual Assault Resource Centre (SARC), provides free and confidential counselling service at its Gosnells outreach here at WHWS to females (aged above 13 years old) who have experienced sexual assault (rape) and sexual abuse in the past. Our highly qualified and experienced staff (including psychologists, social workers and clinical psychologists) are committed to providing quality care to people who use our service.
SARC is a self-referral service, and we encourage anyone who would like to seek counselling to contact us on 6458 1828 during business hours to complete a phone referral.
Multicultural Women’s Advocacy Service (MWAS) is a free, confidential support service for women from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds who have experienced, or are at risk of, domestic violence. The outreach service operates from Northbridge, Mirrabooka, Gosnells and Fremantle.
The service is available to women who are recent arrivals or long-term residents. Women may be in crisis situations, in refuges, still remaining in their relationships or re-establishing themselves in the community after leaving refuges.
Please note Women’s Health and Wellbeing Services does not accept referrals on behalf of MWAS. Please complete the referral form on their website and email directly to MWAS. firstname.lastname@example.org or call 9490 4988 or 9328 1200
ASeTTS is a provider of holistic services to people who are humanitarian entrants or are from a refugee type background and have experienced torture and trauma in their country of origin, during their journey to Australia or while in detention. All services are provided free of charge as well as interpreters for non-English speaking clients.
Referrals can be made by calling the ASeTTS office on (08) 9227 2700 or completing the referral form on their website.
Ishar Multicultural Women’s Health Services provides a range of holistic services to women from all walks of life and cultural backgrounds. Ishar is a LGBTQI friendly service and welcomes women of any sexual orientation, anyone who identifies as a woman and anyone who was assigned female identity at birth.
Since 1992 Ishar has provided vital health and wellbeing services to refugee and migrant women in an endeavour to promote healthy communities. We operate using the ‘social model’ of health in which the presenting ‘medical’ condition is not separated from the interconnections of personal, social, economic, cultural, age and gender related issues. We serve women across all age ranges from young girls to seniors.
As the only women’s health centre specifically addressing the needs of multicultural women Ishar is very experienced in both working collaboratively with other agencies and meeting the requirements of funding bodies.
The CAM Inner Balance Health Clinic believes in the uniqueness of each individual and take every case as a true mission till we find the best way to support you.
Our Holistic Medicine Approach is a form of treatment that considers the whole person: physically, emotionally, spiritually and socially. This approach is proven to work and untangle the puzzle of why you are feeling unwell, out of energy, stressed, fatigued, depressed or simply unhappy. Imbalances in any of the above negatively affect your overall health and wellbeing.
Discounted Consultation Fees are available for concession card holders, pensioners, students and patients with financial hardship (Including a special payment plan).
To make an appointment please call 0430 923 611
A 10-week group supporting mothers & babies through the first few months.
Becoming a mother can be a time of great joy and also a time of mixed emotions.
A safe, supportive and confidential space for you to share your experiences.
For mothers and their babies in the first months of parenthood.
Facilitated by professionals with expertise in Infant-Parent relationships.
For more information visit the website, call 1800 171 882 or email Mother Baby Nurture.
Fridays 10–12 for 10 week blocks during school terms