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Women’s Health


Jean Hailes for Women’s Health

Jean Hailes for Women’s Health is a women’s health organisation providing information resources for women and health professionals:


Australian Women’s Health Network

Australian Women’s Health Network is a health promotion advocacy organisation that provides a national voice on women’s health:


Australasian Menopause Society

Australasian Menopause Society provides information about women’s health in midlife, menopause, and healthy ageing:


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Sexual and Reproductive Health


Sexual Health Quarters

Sexual Health Quarters provides sexual and reproductive health services in Western Australia.


Could I Have It

Provides information on sexually transmitted infections and blood-borne viruses:


Pregnancy Birth Baby

Pregnancy Birth Baby supports parents on the journey from pregnancy to preschool:


Australian Breastfeeding Association

ABA provides breastfeeding support:


Raising Children

Raising Children is the Australian parenting website providing information and resources to support parents:


BreastScreen Australia

BreastScreen Australia is the national breast cancer screening program:


WA Cervical Cancer Prevention Program

WA Cervical Cancer Prevention Program provides information for the public and health professionals on cervical cancer and screening:


Help – I Think I’m Pregnant!

A downloadable pamphlet from Sexual Health Quarters


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Mental Health

Please note, we are unable to provide crisis support for mental health here at FWHC.


Head to Health

A national online mental health site that provides a place to access support and information before reaching a crisis and to learn more on how to maintain good mental health and wellbeing:



Beyondblue is a national anxiety and depression initiative:



A-B-C is a comprehensive health promotion campaign promoting positive mental health:


PANDA Perinatal Anxiety and Depression Australia

PANDA is an Australian organisation dedicated to supporting the emotional wellbeing of women throughout pregnancy and early parenthood:



Headspace is a national youth mental health foundation:


Black Dog Institute

Black Dog Institute provides information on symptoms, treatment and prevention of depression and bipolar disorder:


Carers WA

Carers WA provides short-term counselling and emotional and psychological support services for carers and families: 1300 227



A 24 hour telephone crisis support line. This is a confidential service providing support to anyone in Australia who is feeling overwhelmed, having difficulty coping or thinking about suicide: 13 11 14


Kids Helpline

A free, private and confidential telephone and online counselling service for young people aged between 5 and 25: 1800 55 1800



Digital mental health service for Western Australians aged 16+. Ports requires a GP or Health Professional referral but no Mental Health Care Plan required. This Services is funded by the WA Primary health alliance.


Free digital mental health service for adults troubled by anxiety, depression, stress and chronic pain. No referral required. 


This Way Up

Self-paced online courses that teach clinically proven strategies to learn practical tools to take care of your mental health. Free and no referral required.


Head to Health

Helps find digital mental health services from Australia’s most trusted  mental health organisations, provided by Australian Department of Health.


Heart Chat

Mental Health Services for Multicultural Communities.


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Family and Domestic Violence

Please note, we are unable to provide crisis support for family and domestic violence here at FWHC.


1800 Respect – Violence against women support line

A national counselling helpline and support service for information on sexual assault, family violence or violence against women: 1800 737 732,



ANROWS produces evidence to support the reduction of violence against women and their children in Australia:


Relationships Australia WA

A leading provider of relationship support services for individuals, families and communities:


Women’s Council for Domestic and Family Violence Services

Women’s Council is committed to improving the status of women and children. It provides details of safe accomodation for women in WA:


Domestic Violence Advocacy Service (DVAS)

DVAS is a free service which helps women who have experienced, or are at risk of domestic violence access support:


Anglicare Domestic Violence Advocacy and Support Service

Provides support and advocacy to victims of family and domestic violence:


The Domestic Violence Legal Unit

The Legal Aid Domestic Violence Legal Unit assists women who are experiencing domestic violence. Legal Aid’s Domestic Violence Unit advises and assists women with Restraining Order matters:


Family Violence Service

A free and confidential service providing information, advocacy and support to people who have experienced violence in their relationships, and support with Family Violence Court matters: Fremantle (08) 9461 0324,


International Directory of Domestic Violence Agencies

Information regarding abuse and violence in over 110 languages. Searchable by country and language:


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Physical Health


Safe practical health information and advice


National Heart Foundation
Understanding your heart, healthy eating and active living


Cancer Council Australia

Cancer information and support:


Continence Foundation of Australia

Promoting bladder and bowel health:


Nutrition Australia

Promoting optimal health by encouraging food variety and physical activity:


Eat For Health

Australian Dietary Guidelines – Advice about the amount and kinds of foods that we need to eat for health and wellbeing:



Resources to help quit smoking:


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General Health


Healthy WA

Healthy WA provides information on a broad range of health conditions (physical and mental), healthy living, health treatments, and the WA Health System:



The Healthy Outreach Program (the HOP) offers services and activities to help people wanting to begin healthier and happier lifestyles who may not be used to accessing mainstream services. You can access The HOP Brochure for more information, services, programs and activities here: HOP Catalogue of Programs


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Health Resources in Different Languages


Multicultural Services Centre of WA


Breast Screen WA


King Endward Memorial Hospital


Mental Health Commission WA


Heart Chat

Mental Health Services for Multicultural Communities.


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