Women’s Health Clinic is a feminist, non-profit community health clinic located in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Our values of choice, inclusion, social justice, innovation and integrity are at the heart of everything we do.
PLEASE READ OUR STATEMENT REGARDING WHC & COVID-19.
At WHC, we are working to balance access to essential needs, physical distancing, and safety for all. At this time, abortion and birthing are considered essential services and we are offering limited access to health services at WHC.
Please read our current plan here
or call us at 204-947-1517 for more information.
We also continue to work with health service agencies across the city to make sure our efforts are coordinated, appropriate, and compassionate.
We took time to reflect on the values that underpin our work and outline our vision for the future.
Our programs and services depend on the support of community members like you.
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We are an inclusive, feminist community health clinic. We offer client-centred support through services and education.
We offer surgical and medical abortions for people who live in Manitoba and surrounding areas.
Get prenatal, pregnancy and postpartum care, counselling services, prenatal and postnatal education, health education on parenting and newborn care, and professional development for service providers who work with postpartum people.
Health and Medical Services
Get help with reproductive & sexual health, pelvic health, primary care, health for teens, consultations, nutrition and more. Our multidisciplinary staff includes doctors, nurses, dietitians, medical assistants, and volunteers.
Counselling for girls, women, Two-Spirit, genderqueer, non-binary and trans people ages 13+ who are not able to pay for private counselling and who do not have access to private health insurance or third-party billing.
Eating Disorder Treatment
Get assessment and treatment for binge eating disorder, bulimia nervosa, anorexia nervosa, and other types of disordered eating.
Sexual Health Facilitator Training (SHiFT)
SHiFT offers training and resources for service providers to create or enhance sexual health-related education to use with diverse program participants or clients.