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Christmas & New Year Closing Hours

Wishing you and your loved ones a healthy and happy festive season.

Thank you for your support throughout the year, we look forward to seeing you all in the new year.

The GWHCC will be closed from Monday 23rd December and reopening on Tuesday 21st January 2020

For any urgent matters please contact 0407 711 445

LGBTI+ Diversity Training

FREE Training
Thursday 5th December  2.30-4.30pm at the GWHCC


 What does the training cover?

Exploring key terminology and experiences of LGBTI+ people

Diversity and differences in sex, gender and sexual orientation

Strategies to address discrimination

Tips for creating inclusive workplaces

Useful referral sources

Who might benefit?

A wide variety of workplaces, from corporations to government and non-government bodies, teaching institutions to health industry organisations, can benefit from this training.

To Register please contact Nerissa at narissa.lewin@health.wa.gov.au




Too Young for Breast Cancer

One of the youngest to be diagnosed in Australia and no family history. Emma Crowther had an intense and aggressive treatment plan that included 15 rounds of chemotherapy, 30 rounds of

radiation, tablets injected into my stomach tissue monthly and placed on a clinical trial which consisted of weekly IV treatments.  All at the tender age of 22 years...  

Cocktails for a Cure

Cocktails for charity is a mental health awareness and fundraising event for  Charity Projects to fight mental health
and disabilities in poverty-stricken communities in Africa.  

Attendees will network and socialise over cocktails and light food.

Includes:
Free drink on arrival
Finger foods
Music
Over $1000 worth of prices to be won on raffle draws, thanks to our sponsors :
Coles
Wizard Phamarcy
March Agency
Goldfields Womens Health Care Centre

Please purchase your tickets from this link
https://www.facebook.com/events/384848899069241/

Surviving & Thriving Cancer Peer Support Group

Our Surviving  & Thriving peer support groups meets on the  first Friday of every month  at the GWHCC
The  group  offers a confidential, supportive place to share experience, learn from and connect with, others affected by cancer.

Contact 90218266 or administration@gwhcc.org.au for more information .

Volunteer Workshops

Kalgoorlie-Boulder Volunteer Centre  and Volunteering WA are hosting workshops at the GWHCC
Workshop 1- Recruiting, Retaining and Recognising with a Twist 
Workshop 2 Volunteer Risk Management & Taboo topics

If you have any volunteers in your organisation or are a volunteer then these workshops are essential.
Contact coordinator@kbvc.org.au  for more information