Welcome to Leichhardt Women's Community Health Centre

Leichhardt Women's Community Health Centre provides low-cost and affordable medical, allied and complementary health care and education to improve women's health. We are non-government and not for profit. Many of our services are funded through NSW Health and some services are fee based.

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Legal advice clinics for those difficult matters…

Legal advice clinics for those difficult matters…

On the first and third Tuesdays of the month solicitor Lyndal Gowland is with us, providing legal advice clinics by appointment. The first appointment is free of charge and it’s up to women to decide if they want to proceed and on what basis. Where[Read More…]

Support for family members …

Support for family members …

Do you have a family member who’s using drugs and/or alcohol? This free, four session course provides a toolkit for families to gain coping skills, manage their expectations, understand the drug user’s journey and become more stable. At Leichhardt Women’s we also provide counselling for[Read More…]

20 short minutes could save your life

20 short minutes could save your life

If you’re over 50 and haven’t had a mammogram for a couple of years, it’s probably time you did. 20 short minutes could save your life. 1 in 8 women will develop breast cancer in their life and 9 out of 10 have no family[Read More…]

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Help strengthen the centre and become a Friend!

Help strengthen the centre and become a Friend!

We’ve launched a new Friends of Women’s Health membership group! Join to get in touch with what’s going on, be involved and have your say on things that matter to women’s health and safety! When you join you’ll receive regular (but not annoying) e-newsletters, the[Read More…]

We launch an oral history

We launch an oral history

To mark International Women’s Day this year, a special project is being released which tells the story in the words of some of the brave and tough women who set it up.  It’s a cracking read about the early days of feminism – for those around at[Read More…]