Aboriginal Mothers and Daughters

Aboriginal Mothers and Daughters Gathering

Aboriginal Mothers and Daughters Gathering is a program which was developed by Lee Hagan, former Women’s Health Nurse at the Central West Women’s Health Centre. The program covers topics related to puberty, basic sex education, ‘staying safe’ and having some fun in a group setting. It is aimed for girls aged 11-13 to attend with their mothers. The program also aims to open up communication between mothers and daughters, and allow Aboriginal women to teach their daughters about ‘women’s business’ in accordance with their culture. The manual can be purchased in hard copy or on disk at the Central West Women’s Health Centre, for $50.00 which includes GST and postage. Click on the link below to download an order form.

Aboriginal Mothers and Daughters Order Form

Invisible Sentences and Beyond (2008)

This is a resource package for services working with women who are affected by the imprisonment of a partner or family member. This Package comprises:

A resource book full of helpful information including women’s experiences, the impact of imprisonment on women and children and helpful tips for workers assisting these families.

A training manual for facilitators with session plans, overheads and handouts. Topics covered include effects of incarceration, dealing with the prison system, relationships, family violence, STI’s and safe sex, setting boundaries and self care.

A six week group program for working with women clientele.

The cost of this resource package is $65.00 which includes GST and postage.

Click on the link below to download an order form.

Invisible Sentences and Beyond (2008)

Invisible Sentences

STALKING: Prevent, Protect, Progress (2010)

The manual STALKING: Prevent, Protect, Progress is a training program for service providers.

It incorporates 15 modules around Stalking Legislation; Domestic Stalkers; Sexual Assault and Stalking; Workplace Stalking; Technology Stalking;

Profiling Stalking Perpetrators; Victim’s of Stalking; Immigrants and Stalking; Teenagers and Stalking; Evidence Collection and Safety Planning. The manual also includes all handouts and worksheets from the Stalking Awareness and Prevention Training Days.

You can preview the manual by clicking here. The manual can be purchased in hard copy or on disk at the Central West Women’s Health Centre.

For more information visit the Stalking Resources website at

Stalking: A Practical Guide For Victims of a Stalker

This information booklet is specifically designed to assist women who are the victim of a stalker. Topics within the booklet include: Safety Planning; Evidence Collection; Is Stalking a Crime?; What Stalkers do?; Who are Stalkers?; Apprehended Violence Orders; and Immigration Status. The booklet also includes a list of helpful contacts.

Hard copies of the booklet are available from the Central West Women’s Health Centre.

You can also view the booklet as an ebook by clicking here, or download the booklet at the Stalking Resources.



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