WILMA is Wheelchair accessible. Auslan and community languages interpreting available.

  Getting to WILMA with Public Transport
Trains – Walk down from Macarthur Railway Station or up from Campbelltown Railway Station. Bus - Busabout


WILMA is an independent not-for-profit incorporated association funded through South Western Sydney Local Health District.

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Crisis Support & Emergency Assistance

In an emergency dial 000

Police: Campbelltown: (02) 4620 1199

Narellan: (02) 4632 4499

Macquarie Fields: (02) 9605 0499

Picton: (02) 4677 8999

The Oaks: (02) 4657 1142

Lifeline 131 114 (24hr)

Kids Helpline 1800 551 800

Child Protection Helpline on 132 111 (TTY 1800 212 936)

NSW Domestic Violence Line 1800 65 64 63

Centrelink Australia Wide ph 132 717 www.centrelink.gov.au

 

Accommodation and Homelessness

Link2Home Youth Accommodation Line 1800 152 152

Domestic Violence Hotline (24hrs)     1800 65 64 63

Homeless Persons Hotline 1800 234 566

Housing NSW Campbelltown 6 Lithgow Street Campbelltown 4629 3222

Allawah House  (young women 14-17yrs, 24 hours) Phone: 9603 4994 \

1800 152 152

Argyle Housing http://argyleousing.com.au/

Hume Housing www.humecha.com.au/

 

Sexual Assault Services

Macarthur Sexual Assault Service 4633 4100

Rape and Domestic Violence Services Australia 1800 424 017 www.rape-dvservices.org.au/

www.sexualassault.nsw.gov.au

https://www.1800respect.org.au/…sexual-assault/new-south-wales-counselling

WILMA Women’s Health Centre 4627 2955

Rosebank Child Sexual Abuse Service     9601 3790

 

Domestic Violence Support Services

WILMA Women’s Health Centre 4627 2955

Domestic Violence Line 1800 65 64 63 TTY 1800 67 14 42

National Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Line 1800 424 017

Links2Home 1800 152 152

Macarthur Women’s Domestic Violence Court Advocacy Service 4640 7333

Campbelltown Domestic Violence Committee www.dvhelp.org.au/

Women’s Refuge Resource Centre: The central contact for the NSW Women’s Refuge Movement network of 53 women’s refuges in NSW providing support and accommodation for women and children escaping domestic violence. Phone: (02) 9698 9777

Benevolent Society 1800 077 760 / 4633 3777

Also see Accommodation and Homelessness services

 

Aboriginal Women

WILMA Women’s Health Centre has groups and services especially for Aboriginal women. See What’s On at WILMA or phone 4627 2955

Tharawal Aboriginal Corporation Aboriginal Health and Medical Services 4628 4837

Aboriginal Women’s Legal www.womenslegalnsw.asn.au

Macarthur Women’s Domestic Violence Court Advocacy Service 4640 7333

Wingecarribee Community Health Centre 4861 8000

 

Abortion / Pregnancy Options

WILMA Women’s Health Centre provides counselling and a women’s health doctor to support you with decision making, information and practical support. Phone 4627 2955

Children By Choice has unbiased information on all unplanned pregnancy options. Fact sheets available online about unplanned pregnancy, abortion, adoption and parenting

In NSW abortion services are safe and legal and you don’t need a doctor’s referral to get an abortion. We have included information about a number of Sydney-based abortion clinics. Call WILMA Women’s Health Centre if you require more information or support.

The private clinic www.privateclinic.com.au/ (02) 9690 0000

Macquarie Fields Women’s Clinic (02) 9605 2247

Preterm Foundation www.preterm.org.au/‎ (02) 8999 7267

Gynaecare Contraceptive Services up to 20wks 9413 2538 info@gynaecare.com.au

Marie Stopes 1800 003 707 from Mon-Fri 8am-8pm

 

Counselling Services

WILMA Women’s Health Centre 4627 2955 see Services page of website

Lifeline 131 114 (24hr)

Kids Helpline 1800 551 800

Victim’s Support Line (24hrs)     1800 63 30 63

Domestic Violence Hotline (24hrs)     1800 65 64 63

BaptistCare Relationship Services directly on 1300 275 227 or email ask@baptistcare.org.au

Rosemeadow Health Centre     4633 4100

Narellan Health Centre     4640 3500

Ingleburn Health Centre     8788 4200

Benevolent Society 1800 077 760

 

Drug and Alcohol Services

WILMA Women’s Health Centre 4627 2955 see Services page of website

National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre (NDARC) Online resources on drug and alcohol related harm

Alcohol and Drug Information Service (ADIS) 1800 422 599

Family Drug Support 1300 368 186

NSW Health Inpatient Withdrawal Unit Central Intake line 1300 661 050 (24/7 service)

iCanQuit website www.icanquit.com.au/

Quit Telephone Counselling 13 7848 (13 QUIT)

Alcoholics Anonymous www.aa.org.au/

 

Legal Information

Law Access NSW information sheets about a wide variety of legal issues, including courts, domestic violence, divorce, family law, lawyers, immigration and pensions. Telephone service provides legal information, advice and referrals for people who have a legal problem in NSW. Freecall 1300 888 529.

Women’s Legal Services NSW legal advice and information for women Sydney Advice Line: (02) 9749 5533. Rural Free Call Line: 1800 801 501.

Macarthur Legal Centre 4640 7333 www.macarthurlegal.org.au

Macarthur Women’s DV Court Advocacy Service     4640 7333

National Children and Young People’s Legal Centre (NCYPLC)

 

Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender

Gay and Lesbian Counselling Line 1800 184 527

Gay and Lesbian Legal Rights Service (02) 9332 1966

ACON NSW (02) 9206 2000 / 1800 063 060 (Hearing Impaired: (02) 9283 2088)

The Gender Centre (02) 9569 2366 / 1800 069 115 Provides counselling, case management, residential program, advocacy and outreach for people with gender issues

LAMA Lesbian Social Group meets at WILMA Women’s Health Centre 4627 2955

Twenty10 Gay and Lesbian Youth and Family Support Service

 

Mental Health

Mental Health Access Team (Macarthur Central Intake) in Browne Street, Campbelltown 1300 669 663 is the central referral point for all adult (over 18 years) NSW Health services including drug and alcohol counselling and mental health services
Lifeline confidential telephone counselling and referrals to other services 13 11 14

Beyond Blue offers mental health information and symptoms checklists

Blue Like YouFree e-books about anxiety and depression

Black Dog Institute 9382 4530

Good Therapy Database for finding a range of mental health therapists and counsellors in Australia. Search by service type, modality, presenting issue, practitioner gender, and more 4382 6269

Mental Health Association NSW fact sheets about mental illness, support, and wellbeing

WILMA Women’s Health Centre 4627 2955 see Services page of website

 

Multicultural Information / Other Languages

NSW Multicultural Health Communication Service is funded by the NSW Ministry of Health to provide information and services to help health professionals communicate with non-English speaking communities throughout NSW. Health resources are available in different languages.

Translations and Interpreter Service (TIS) www.tisnational.gov.au/

Refugee Advocacy and Casework Service (RACS) www.racs.org.au/

Macarthur Diversity Service Initiative www.mdsi.org.au/

 

Women with Disabilities

IDEAS information on Disability and Education Awareness Services www.ideas.org.au/

Macarthur Disability Service www.mdservices.com.au/

 

Women’s Health Information

The Jean Hailes Foundation for Women’s Health is an Australian not-for-profit organisation offering women’s health resources and fact sheets. Information available in English and other languages.

Women’s Health NSW: The peak body of NSW Women’s Health Centres. Includes links to the 23 government funded women’s health non-government organisations.

Better Health Channel is an Australian website offering fact sheets on a range of health topics quality assured by the Victorian government.

South Western Sydney Local Health District covers health services in Sydney’s South West from Bankstown to Bowral. Website offers information on hospitals and community services across the district as well as strategic planning for local population health issues

Family Planning NSW A nonprofit organisation providing information about sexual and reproductive health to the people of New South Wales.  Factsheets and FAQ’s online.

Marie Stopes International Australia Go to the ‘Library’ tab for all sorts of information about contraception, sexual health, abortion, and sexually transmitted infections.

Contraception Chart: Link to a chart by Marie Stopes about the different contraception choices available for women

 

Parenting and Family Services

Macarthur Family and Youth Services www.mfys.org.au/

24 Hour Parents Help Line (Tresilllian)

Parentline New South Wales phone counselling and referrals for parents in NSW for the cost of a local call 1300 1300 52

Pregnancy, Birth and Baby Information Line

Focus on new families Campbelltown 46281182

Baptist Care Campbelltown 8713 4333

Community Links Wollondilly CLW (02) 4683 2776 www.communitylinks.org.au/

Camden Community Connection (02) 4647 1283 www.camdenconnections.org.au

 

Youth Services

Headspace Campbelltown Level 8, 171-179 Queen Street Campbelltown 4627 9089 or email headspace.campbelltown@sydney.edu.au

Youth Solutions http://youthsolutions.com.au/

Uniting Care Burnside youth service Campbelltown (DRUM) 6 Iolanthe St Campbelltown 4629 5110 www.burnside.org.au

Traxside youth and health service Campbelltown 6 Langdon Street, Campbelltown (behind Rashay’s) 4625 2525

Mission Australia youth service Campbelltown

Macarthur Wingecarribee Youth Services Network (MWYSN)

www.pcycnsw.org/campbelltown

Twenty10 Gay and Lesbian Youth and Family Support Service

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