Women’s Health West publishes reports, brochures, fact sheets and training manuals on women’s health and family violence. Simply browse the list of resources below and download the digital file, or order hard copies and we’ll mail them to you. Please allow 3-6 weeks for the delivery of mailed resources, if you need them sooner please feel free to drop into our office between 9am-5pm to pick them up.

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Experiences of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander staff working in mainstream organisations

Women’s Health West undertook an online survey of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander staff working in […]

Family Violence Crisis Outreach Service

This brochure outlines the crisis and short-term support to women and their children to become safe […]

Act To Prevent Men’s Violence Against Women

The Community Champions for Primary Prevention Action in the West project aims to enhance community-led violence […]

Action for Equity

Action for Equity: a sexual and reproductive health strategy for Melbourne’s west 2018-2022 is a four-year sexual […]

Keeping Safe Together

Keeping Safe Together offers a new, whole of family therapeutic case management support program for families […]

Women’s Health West integrated health promotion plan 2017-2021

This plan outlines Women’s Health West’s health promotion priorities and actions, for 2017-2021. The WHW Integrated […]

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander family violence support

Women’s Health West is committed to providing culturally safe and accessible services for Aboriginal women and […]

Choosing Positive Paths resource kit


Choosing Positive Paths is a resource kit offering information to mothers, other protective parents and/or carers […]

Life without family violence

These wallet-sized cards list services in the western region and some statewide services. Content updated November […]

The health inequities of Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women and girls

A review of the literature This literature review examines the health inequities of Aboriginal and Torres […]