The Women’s and Children’s Health Network (WCHN) is South Australia's leading provider of health services for children, young people and women.
The WCHN works in partnership with clients and families, the community and other service providers to promote, maintain and restore health.
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WCHN is committed to improving health outcomes for Aboriginal women, children and families. We provide our staff with learning and development opportunities in Aboriginal culture, to help build culturally appropriate, relevant and accessible services.
The Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) is a free community-based tertiary mental health service provided through the WCHN across South Australia, providing care to those with severe and/or complex mental health needs.
The Child and Family Health Service (CaFHS) is WCHN's statewide free service for all South Australian families with children aged 0–5 years.
Metropolitan Youth Health provides free clinical health services (primarily for physical health issues) to young people aged 12-25, with a focus on under 18 years, in the Adelaide metropolitan-wide community.
Find out about South Australia's plans for a new world-class $1.95 billion Women's and Children's Hospital.
The Women's and Children's Hospital (WCH) is South Australia's leading specialist facility for women's and children's health, providing emergency, inpatient and outpatient care. The WCH is also the State's largest maternity and obstetric service.
WCHN's Women's Health Service provides clinical and emotional health and wellbeing services. Our services are provided by women for women in welcoming, safe and culturally respectful health centres across metropolitan Adelaide.
Yarrow Place Rape and Sexual Assault Service is a service for anyone who has been sexually assaulted. Yarrow Place is part of the Youth and Women's Safety and Wellbeing Division of the Women's and Children's Health Network.
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20 Oct. 2021
Adolescence (10–19 years) is a unique and formative time and can also bring mental health challenges.
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27 Sep. 2021
A new technique for a tricky procedure, improving lives through the early detection of a common condition and the incredible efforts of front-line vaccination workers are among the winners of the 2021 WCHN Excellence Awards – Create Together.
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