Midland Women’s Health Care Place

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Midland Women’s Health Care Place is located in Midland, Western Australia, with some outreach services available in Ellenbrook.

Our aim is to provide a diverse range of health services to women in a comfortable, caring and supportive environment. MWHCP provides services for women across the lifespan, recognising that individual women can be vulnerable at different times because of factors including social & economic disadvantage, disability, ethnicity and age.

Each term we offer a variety of groups and courses at affordable prices designed specifically for local women. Emotional health, physical health, fun and friendship are on offer every day at MWHCP.

We regularly review the services we provide to ensure we are meeting the needs of local women, however our primary services include (but are not limited to):

  • Counselling
    • One-to-one counselling at low cost
    • Professional, female counsellors
    • Able to assist with a variety of issues including:
      • Relationship breakdown, domestic violence, low self esteem, anxiety, depression and other life stressors
      • Depression/anxiety during pregnancy or after the birth of a baby
  • Advocacy, information and referral
  • Pap smear clinic (weekly – free for Medicare card holders)
  • Creche (weekly – free for women using our services)
  • Exercise, art, craft and wellbeing groups

For more information about the services we offer, please visit our “programs and services” page by clicking the link below:

Programs and services

Eligibility:

All women over the age of 16 years living in the East Metropolitan area are welcome to access our services. All of our services are self-referral – to access our services all you need to do is call us on 9250 2221 or visit our office at 4 The Avenue, Midland.

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Are you interested in becoming a member? Now is the perfect time!

For only $10 (for unwaged members) you will receive:

- Access to our library
- Quarterly newsletters and program timetables;
- Invitations to special events and workshops;
- Voting rights at Annual General Meetings;
- Eligibility to nominate for the Board of Management; and
- Being able to request the calling of Special Meetings if required.

If you would like to become a member, please contact us or visit:
www.mwhcp.org.au/get-involved/become-a-member/

For our current members, you will be receiving a renewal letter by mail shortly - if you address has changed, please let us know ASAP.
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Midland Women's Health Care Place with DADAA.

Midland Women's Health Care Place would like to congratulate Mallika Macleod on her recent appointment as Chair of Arts Access Australia.

According to DADAA's newsletter:

"DADAA's Manager of Participation, Arts and Health, Mallika Macleod, was elected Chair of Arts Access Australia for the next four years. Arts Access Australia is the peak body for arts and disability and receives funding from the Australia Council for the Arts. An annual feature event is The Meeting Place, a one-day forum on artists with disability, held in Adelaide this year."

DADAA's Midland office is located next door to Midland Women's Health Care Place. They are a not-for-profit organisation, "..focusing on creating significant positive social change and opportunities for people with a disability or a mental illness."

Congratulations Mallika.
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