LifeCare Women’s Centre


Crossway LifeCare’s vision for the Women’s Centre is to see women and children from broken relationships have their lives rebuilt, strengthened and flourish in a safe haven.

Nestled in suburban Box Hill, the Centre was officially opened on May 15 by LifeCare’s Chairman, Stuart Yarnall, and Acting Senior Pastor, Andrew Hill.

The Centre is currently running on Wednesdays between 9.30am-2.45pm. The programs are run by qualified staff and cover spiritual wellbeing, therapeutic group work and craft activities.

There are now 10 women and up to 9 children attending the Centre regularly on Wednesdays and another program will soon begin on an alternate day.

“It’s the only thing I look forward to in the week now,” said Jane.

“I feel so accepted and part of family when I’m here,” said Sarah.

More recently on June 24, an Open Day was held for representatives of community agencies.  The aim was for them to understand the Centre’s purpose, see the programs we run and have a firsthand look at our facility for future referrals.

For more information on our Women’s Centre, please contact Christina Lim or Laura Baxter.

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