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It's that time of the year again, were the Women's Centre for Health and Wellbeing Albury Wodonga are CALLING FOR DONATIONS of Toiletries and some brand new clothing for the Borders most vulnerable families.Emergency toiletries are urgently needed for The Women’s Centre for Health and Wellbeing, Albury, who support Women and their families in emergency situations. The Women’s Centre has their annual Toiletries donation drive on, calling for donations of toiletries, soap, large shampoo, conditioner and body wash, large toothpaste, deodorant, nappies and baby wipes. “We ask for the normal size toiletry items rather than hotel ones or smaller sizes as these items need to see the family through the first month of living in emergency accommodation.” said Marge from the Women's Centre, “We try to set up those clients in need up with everything they need till the family is in a better place."Please contact the Women’s Centre on (02) 6021 5773 for more information. Donations can be taken to reception at 526 Swift Street Albury NSW. We look forward to meeting more of the community*** We thank the members of the community that have recently offered hotel toiletries. We appreciate your generous thoughts but are unable to accept them at this time. #donationsneeded #donationdrive #toiletries #emergency #crisis #domesticviolence #familyviolence #sexualassault #clothing #toiletries #albury #wodonga #womensupportingwomen #womenscentrealburywodonga ... See MoreSee Less
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The Women's Centre for Health and Wellbeing Albury Wodonga was invited to speak at this special event this week in Wodonga, Bloom Wodonga. It was a Wellbeing workshop for those Women participating in this program. The organisation Council of Single Mothers and thier children Victoria organised this event. What an amazing organisation this is, to find out more check out thier website here:www.csmc.org.au/#womenscentrealburywodonga #singlemothers ... See MoreSee Less
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Yesterday Women's Health NSW has launched The It Left No Marks online learning hub. This is a place where you can learn more about strangulation, sometimes called choking. While this can be a tough topic to talk about, if you have experienced strangulation or if you are someone who participates in sexual choking, you will find some important information on here by clicking on the ‘Women’ tab: www.itleftnomarks.com.au/ #womenshealthnsw #womenscentrealburywodongaWomen's Health NSW is proud to launch the It Left No Marks online learning hub. This was created as part of a project called “Local pathways for victim survivors of sexual assault related non-fatal strangulation and acquired brain injury” (the Pathways Project). The Pathways Project was established when Women’s Health NSW identified a need to support and strengthen professional understanding and local capacity to respond to sexual assault-related non-fatal strangulation and acquired brain injury.The Pathways Project is one of 14 projects in the NSW Sexual Violence Project Fund administered by the NSW Department of Communities and Justice. This learning hub will be useful to women who have experienced non-fatal strangulation or sexual choking, as well as service providers, including healthcare service providers, who support women. www.itleftnomarks.com.au/ ... See MoreSee Less
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Congratulations to Jessica Hill, who recently won the Premier's NSW Women of Excellence award for her continued advocacy for gendered based violence against Women. #womenscentrealburywodonga #domesticviolenceawareness ... See MoreSee Less
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The Women's Centre had a good day out at the Wellfest in QE11 Square today. It was good to connect with people in the Albury Wodonga Community as well other services in our community..#womenscentrealburywodonga #AlburyCity ... See MoreSee Less
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The Women's Centre for Health and Wellbeing Albury Wodonga are proud to be participating in Wellfest this coming Saturday 16th March 2024 in QE11 Square from 9:30am to 2:30pm. This is open to everyone to attend, there will be free pancakes, bacon & egg rolls, juice. As well as a couple of keynote speakers, local service providers, performers as well as, workshops, drumming, Zumba, mindfulness activities, food trucks and other activities. The aim of this event it to promote to our community what supports and services are available in regards to mental health. We look forward to seeing you there!#womenscentrealburywodonga #AlburyCity #wellfest ... See MoreSee Less
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