“We cannot all succeed when half of us are held back.”
Our services are provided to women and gender diverse people of all ages, targeting related key women’s health issues such as sexual and reproductive health, promoting good mental health, supporting healthy lifestyles, chronic disease prevention and domestic and family violence.
Penrith Women's Health Centre provides a broad range of services, including:
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Women's Safety and Empowerment
Staying Home Leaving Violence (SHLV) is a specialised domestic violence program aimed at preventing clients from becoming homeless. The SHLV service model is based on intensive case management which is long-term, needs-based service.
Penrith Women’s Health Centre supports women wishing to access the Work and Development Orders, having been approved by the Department of Justice to be a WDO sponsor.
Penrith Women's Health Centre is committed to improving the outcomes of women and their families. Our services facilitate children and childcare and prioritise the safety of women and their family.
Counselling at the Centre assumes a strengths-based framework grounded in the understanding of and responsiveness to the impact of trauma, emphasising physical, psychological and emotional safety.
Women's Health and Wellbeing
Penrith Women's Health Centre receives funding from Nepean Blue Mountains Local Health District to work within NSW Women's Health Framework to provide women's health services within a model of care that incorporates an understanding of the social determinants of women's health.
Crisis Support Lines
Women's Legal Domestic Violence Advice Line
(02) 8745 6999
or Rural Free Call
1800 810 784
Family and Community Services 24 Hour Domestic Violence Line
1800 656 463
(02) 9819 6565
or Free Call
1800 424 017
Women’s Health Centres are in danger of having to close their doors or significantly reduce services due to decades of under investment by the New South Wales Government.
We need your help to survive. NSW politicians must show their commitment to gender equality by committing to adequately funding Women’s Health Centres across the state.
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