The Women's Centre for Health and Wellbeing

A place for all


A Women's Only Space in the heart of Albury

Our Services are delivered in a dedicated Women’s Only Space

Your confidentiality and privacy is very important to us

Call or message us and ask to speak to the Intake Team

We are here to support you with a variety of services and are able to refer you or support you with other service providers 


What's On at the Women's Centre this week?

Term 3 Therapeutic Groups Commencing Tuesday 26th July

Albury MP Mr Justin Clancy places a Community Recognition Statement about the Women's Centre for Health and Wellbeing on NSW Parliamentary Record

We would like to thank Mr Justin Clancy MP, Member for Albury for placing a Community Recognition Statement about the work that the Women’s Centre for Health and Wellbeing Albury Wodonga does on the NSW parliamentary record in the NSW Legislative Assembly on the 8th June 2022. We have attached photos of the letter from Mr Clancy and the copy of the extract from the NSW Legislative Assembly Hansard and Papers.
The extract reads “ Open Wardrobe, Open Hearts Strike Right Fit”
“ Mr Justin Clancy – Albury – I would like to acknowledge the wonderful work of Marge Nichol of Albury’s Women’s Centre for Health and Wellbeing is doing to promote” Our Sisters Closet”, a not-for-profit organisation. Our Sisters Closet is providing local women who have gone through Domestic Violence and Sexual Abuse with an opportunity to feel confident with supplying them with suitable clothing for a job interview or for commencing employment and getting back into the workforce. The charitable centre also provides clothing and toiletries for women facing homelessness and for women in crisis along with their children. Different programs are on offer as well, providing a hand-in-hand to boost self-confidence, dealing with anxiety, learning various skills and tools for job interviews, trauma, counselling and parenting courses. Well done Marg and team for the excellent support you are providing for the most vulnerable members of our community by providing a safe and comforting service”
Our thanks to Mr Clancy MP for supporting the work that we do. 


Did you know we provide these and other services?

The Women’s Centre for Health and Wellbeing Albury Wodonga provides Counselling, Therapeutic Groups, and a wide range of other services. Click on the link or the menu above to see more information

Women's Health NSW Information Campaign 2022

New South Wales WHC’s are a vital front line service for our community. The roles of WHC’s have expanded and adapted over the decades. The collective goal of WHC’s is to ensure women’s healthcare and safety services are delivered in an affordable and accessible way.

Watch this space for more information about our campaign and how you can support us.

This graph represents the funding level for an average Women’s Health Centre in NSW (in green) and then the level of what funding would look like, if it increased with projected CPI (in orange)- which it hasn’t.

Domestic Violence

In emergency please call 000

Our Intake and Referral team can assist you with:

  • Emergency Accommodation
  • Clothing and Nappies
  • Centrelink Support
  • Applying for an AVO, PSIO or IVO
  • Applying for Victims of Crime Compensation for NSW and VIC
  • Free legal advice from Hume Riverina Community Legal Service
  • Counselling
  • Therapeutic Groups
  • NILS (No Interest Loans) and more.

Looking for Counselling, Therapeutic Groups, NILS
(No Interest Loans), the Hume Riverina Community Law Service?
Click on the Menu at the top of the webpage or call us and ask how we can support you (02) 6021 5773