Women’s Health Grampians endeavours to provide up to date and relevant information on this website, the information and links listed below are current as of March 2017.
- Family Violence
IMPORTANT: If you are in an emergency – or someone is in immediate danger or you are feeling unsafe – please call 000 now.
If you or someone you know is experiencing violence the following organisations can assist:Women’s Domestic Violence Crisis Service
For women experiencing family violence 24 hour hotline ph. 1800 015 188
http://www.wdvcs.org.au/ 1800 Respect National counselling helpline, information and support 24/7 ph. 1800 737 732
https://www.1800respect.org.au/ WRISC Family Violence Support Exists to change the lives of women and children affected by family violence ph. 5333 3666
http://www.wrisc.org.au/ Child & Family Services (CAFS) CAFS is a community service organisation that provides a range of programs and services to children, young people and families who are vulnerable or in need of support.
http://www.cafs.org.au/ What men can do Information about how men can respond to and prevent violence against women.
http://whatmencando.net/ The Look Out For workers supporting women’s safety in Victoria.
- Sexual & Reproductive Health
Sexual Health Services
Women’s Health Grampians
Women’s Health Grampians
Ballarat Community Health – Sexual Health Clinic
12 Lilburne Street, Lucas
ph. (03) 5338 4541
The Royal Women’s Hospital – Women’s Health Information
The Royal Women’s Hospital Women’s Welcome Centre is a free service offering information, resources and individualised support on a wide range of women’ health issues. Experienced women’s health practitioners are available by telephone, email or in person for support and advice.
ph. 1800 442 007
The Women’s also provides a trusted source of health information to explore online.
Family Planning Victoria
Family Planning Victoria offer information or advice on sexual and reproductive health issues. Nurses can help you decide whether you need to see a doctor or nurse or give you information about other services that might help you.
ph. 03 9257 0116
If you are under 25 contact FPV Action Centre on ph. 1800 013 952
Melbourne Sexual Health Centre – TESTme service
TESTme is a free service of Melbourne Sexual Health Centre for rural Victorians aged 25 years and younger. TESTme offers online testing for chlamydia, telephone consultations with a nurse for Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI) testing and contraceptive advice.
ph. 1800 032 017
Sexual Health Information
Youth Sexual Health
Sexually Transmitted Infections
“Is my vagina normal?”
- Victorian Women's Health Services
Women’s Health Victoria
Women’s Health and Wellbeing Barwon South West
Women’s Health East
Gippsland Women’s Health Service
Women’s Health Goulburn North East
Women’s Health in the North
Women’s Health In the South East (WHISE)
Women’s Health Loddon Mallee
Women’s Health West
- More Women's Health Links
Australian Women’s Health Network
Victorian Women’s Health Atlas
Queen Victoria Women’s Centre
Women’s Health Statewide (South Australia)
Women’s Health Queensland Wide
- Services in the Grampians Region
Ballarat and District Aboriginal Co-operative
Ballarat Community Health Centre
Barwon Centre Against Sexual Assault
Central Highlands Primary Care Partnership
Grampians Community Health Centre
Grampians Pyrenees Primary Care Partnership
Wimmera Primary Care Partnership
Wimmera Regional Sports Assembly
- Statewide Services
Better Health Channel
The Cancer Council Victoria
Domestic Violence Resource Centre (DVRCV)
Eating Disorders Foundation of Victoria
Endometriosis Association (Vic)
PaNDa Post & AnteNatal Depression Association Inc.
Stillbirth and Neonatal Death Support Group
- Australia Wide Serivces
Australian Menopause Society
National Breast Cancer Centre
Australian Breastfeeding Association
The JEAN HAILES Foundation
Women’s Information Referral Exchange (WIRE)