Well Women Centre Leigh 

The Well Women Centre is run by women for women. We aim to provide a quality, ‘needs led’ service, promoting positive emotional health and wellbeing by offering a range of health information, education and supportive services.  

In 2006 the Centre was awarded The prestigious ‘Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service’

Since October 2020, we are proud to have become part of the WBDAS – Wigan Borough Domestic Abuse Service.  This is a Joint Partnership Project between Well Women Centre, Leigh and DIAS Domestic Violence Centre.  For any Domestic Abuse enquiries or support please contact our Dedicated Domestic Abuse Helpline on 01942 311365. 

PLEASE NOTE THIS IS NOT A CRISIS NUMBER IF YOU ARE IN CRISIS PLEASE CONTACT EITHER YOUR G.P. OR SAMARITANS ON 116123 OR THE CRISIS TEAM ON 01942 482239.

Some of The Services We Offer

Counselling Services

 
   We are currently offering both face to face counselling sessions as well as Telephone Counselling to all our clients.  Assessments are continuing over the telephone to maintain the safety of both our counsellors and service users.  Please call us for more information or to book an assessment on 01942 681411
At sometime in most women’s lives situations arise which lead us to feel upset, distressed, confused, anxious or depressed.
These feelings may arise from a variety of reasons such as relationships, bereavement, illness, or it may be something that happened a while ago.

Freedom Programme (Domestic Abuse)

Our FREEDOM PROGRAMME is now running again in the Centre and sessions take place on a Tuesday, morning and afternoon.  Please  contact us on the Dedicated Domestic Abuse Helpline at Wigan Borough Domestic Abuse Service in partnership with DIAS, on 01942 311365 to discuss further or for more information and to be added to our programme waiting list.  The FREEDOM PROGRAMME is aimed around women who have suffered or still suffering from an abusive relationship and aims to examine the roles played by attitudes and beliefs on the actions of abusive men and the responses of victims and survivors.  Abuse comes in many forms and many relationships and our programme aim is to help the women to make sense of and understand what has happened to them, instead of the whole experience just feeling like a horrible mess. We aim to support and empower our women to make better life choices whilst keeping safe.  The aim of the group is to ensure all women feel secure and can engage safely in open discuss where they feel able, whilst hearing from other women in similar situations.

Women’s Support Group

 
Are you looking for friendship, fun and support? Then why don’t you come along to the Women’s Support Group?
The Wednesday Women’s Group is an informal group which meets in a relaxed atmosphere. New members are welcome to come along