For Women

“Women come in all sizes, in all colours and shapes.
They’ll drive, fly, walk, run or e-mail you to show how much they care about you.
The heart of a woman is what makes the world spin!”

Aboriginal

Multi-Cultural

Mature Ladies

Ageing

About Menopause

Divorce matters

SWSLHD- Macarthur’s Major Community Health Centres Ingleburn, Narellan, Rosemeadow, Wollondilly and Wingecarribee

Support for Carers

The Benevolent Society- Centre for Women’s, Children’s & Family Health- Campbelltown  

Working with women in the Macarthur area to enable them to gain the confidence, skills and resources to create positive futures for themselves, their children and their communities.

They provide services that promote the health, wellbeing and welfare of women across with a focus on supporting those affected by domestic violence and family violence, and Aboriginal women.

Services include crisis support and intervention, counselling (individual & family), groups & education, advocacy, case management, free internet access and computer use, childcare when assisting services, interpreter service, health checks, ante-natal clinic and legal advice. Further Information

The Benevolent Society- working with individuals and communities to create positive change for more than 200 years.

Phone: 1800 077 760

Web: www.benevolent.org.au

WILMA Women’s Health Centre

WILMA Women’s Health Centre is a women only service located in Campbelltown. You do not need to be in a crisis to access the services at WILMA.

Services include:-
• Free counselling in a supportive safe and relaxed environment
• A women’s health clinic specialising in women’s health issues including pap smears, breast checks pregnancy counselling, and support with mental health from a Women’s Health Doctor or a Women’s Health Nurse.
• Allied Health Services – Acupuncture, Craniosacral therapy, Naturopathy, Nutrition and Massage therapy
• Groups and Workshops covering a variety of activities including Yoga, Tai Chi, Self-Development groups and Healthy Lifestyle activities
• Casework providing advocacy, information and referral

Please note: Bookings are necessary for all of their services

Open 9.00a.m.-4.00p.m. Monday to Friday – phone messages taken from 12.30-1.30p.m.

Phone: (02) 4627 2955

Web: www.wilma.org.au

The Community Links Wollondilly – CLW

The CLW Family Support Team can assist and support families in the Wollondilly and Camden areas to work through difficulties that can arise in life; they help with issues including but not limited to: Parenting support, constant stress, worries about family members, mental Illness in the family, single parent families, domestic violence and court support for issues including domestic violence.

Be kept up to date with CLW activity & events- www.communitylinks.org.au/events or facebook.com/communitylinkswollondilly

Phone: (02) 4683 2776

Web: www.communitylinks.org.au

Camden Community Connections- CCC

CCC offer a Community Bus, Resources, News & Events, Group & Activities, Children & Families, Youth and a Community Noticeboard and they promote the wellbeing of individuals, groups and communities, including women.

Programs and services are developed for people of all ages and circumstances, particularly the relief of distress, suffering, misfortune and helplessness in the Camden LGA.  Activities and programs assist in connecting people with each other and available services, and providing information and referrals that promote community capacity, increase resilience and improve safety in the community.

Activities and programs like Playgroups (including Bright Eyes, Play Links, Bright Stars and Leppington Jumping Jacks), Mum’s Support Group, Leppington Community House (hosts various workshops and information sessions, including women’s pamper afternoons) and Women’s Art Programs

Phone: (02) 4647 1283

Web: www.camdenconnections.org.au

Nagle Centre Care & Support- A place of welcome, a comfortable, safe environment where listening is valued.

A special work of the Presentation Sister’s, Wagga and the St Vincent de Paul Society

The centre operates Monday to Friday (9am – 4pm) and offers a variety of services that include Conference Food Voucher Assistance, counselling (by appointment), Tax Help (July to October), Budget Planning, Centrelink Services, Housing advice, Literacy Programs, Footpath Library, Clemente Program and The Community Kitchen.

Emergency assistance is by appointment only – on Monday, Wednesday and Friday

The Community Kitchen operates Monday to Friday
Breakfast 9am – 10.30am
Tea / coffee 10.30am – 12 noon
Lunch 12 noon – 1.30pm

Address: 22 Iolanthe Street Campbelltown

Phone: (02) 4628 2928

ACON-

For same sex support promoting health & well being for the gay, lesbian, bisexual & transgender (GLBT) community

Phone: (02) 9206 2000

Free call: 1800 063 060

Reading Impaired: (02) 9283 2088

Web: www.acon.org.au

Australian Women’s Health Network

Web: www.awhn.org.au

Women’s Health- Leichhardt

Phone: (02) 9560 3011

Web: www.whnsw.asn.au

Health Direct

If it’s not an emergency, but you need health expert advice on how to manage your condition at home. Healthdirect provides easy access to free* trusted, quality health information and advice.

To speak to a registered nurse, call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, to help you make informed choices anywhere, any time.

The nurse can also connect you to an emergency service if necessary, or to the after hours GP helpline for further medical advice in the evenings and on weekends.

Phone: 1800 022 222

Web: www.healthdirect.gov.au

Sleep Health Foundation

A website for professionals and everyone. Offers advice on sleep, resources including fact sheets written by leading experts.

Web: www.sleephealthfoundation.org.au