Broadmeadows Women’s Community House
The Women’s House is a friendly and safe place for women and children.
It is a place to meet new people, talk, listen and discover more about yourself.
Please note this YouTube clip was created in 2014. The new Team Leader is Kerry Wise.
The Women’s House is committed to providing opportunities for all women to explore and develop their strength, skills and confidence to be fully involved in the lives of their families and their communities.
Our programs attempt to:
- Address social, cultural and geographic isolation
- Promote and enhance parent /child relationships, particularly in the early childhood years
- Build self esteem and the coping skills of women
- Support mothers in their parenting role
- Assist families to develop links to the community in which they live
- Create friendships and community
- Build strength for themselves and their families
- Provide opportunities for learning, growth and personal discovery
- Increase confidence, self-esteem and independence.
- Are qualified social workers and community development workers.
- We speak Arabic, Assyrian-Chaldean and Turkish as well as English.
- We are passionate about building strong relationships with communities and empowering families.
- Free transport is available for some groups.
- All groups are free.
To view the Broadmeadows Women’s Community programs we run each term download our brochure here
Please contact the Broadmeadows Women’s Community House on 03 9309 9433 for the Term 3 Schedule
Family Relationship Skills Program Brochure
Based at the Women’s House and servicing the Hume LGA, the coordinator of this program can offer mentoring, resources and support to professionals and organisations wanting to develop and deliver parenting courses in a group-work context, and/or to develop their group-work skills. This year’s program will be running a series of consultations with schools, CALD and indigenous communities to raise awareness of local parenting resources; to map community need; to identify parenting service gaps and to develop targeted strategies.