Immigrant Women's Health Service


Immigrant Women's Health Service is committed to empowering women and valuing their life experiences. We work with compassion, unity and mutual respect. Immigrant Women's Health Service is funded by NSW Health Department via SWSLHD.

We Believe

  • Migrant women's voices and leadership must be amplified in all public and private spaces
  • Women deserve to participate equally in the decision-making process
  • Education and capacity development are the keys to up-skilling migrant women and their families
  • Working in partnership with other civil society organisations is a focal point



International Women's Day 2016

Join us for a celebration of women organised by the Immigrant and Refugee Women's Network to mark International Women's Day 2016. The event is open to everyone and will include live entertainment, guest speakers, information stalls and so much more! We look forward to seeing you there!

Groups and Classes

All groups and classes are up and running for 2016. Our centres are buzzing with excitement as our programs return for the new year. Check out our Groups and Classes page to see what new and continuing programs we have this year. All Groups and classes are offered free of charge and run in alignment with NSW School Terms. Contact us or drop in at one of our centres to register or find out more! 


Our first Newsletter for 2016 can now be found here with updated information regarding classes and groups for 2016. All classes and groups are offered free of charge and available to women from all ages and backgrounds.

We want your feedback! 

At Immigrant Women's Health Service, your thoughts and opinions are important to us. We are always striving to improve our services and would like to give you the opportunity to comment on how we can better serve you! If you have a couple of minutes to spare, please take a moment to fill out a short survey.