An essential part of what we do is provide opportunities for our clients to forge connections with other women outside the ‘formal’ aspects of our work. Our Women’s Wellbeing Program provides women transitioning out of the Juno Program, and newcomers, with ongoing support and social connection.
Our supported Wellbeing Programs assist women, at their own pace, to get to know one another, build their confidence and self-esteem, and gain new experiences. They are designed to positively impact on mental health and wellbeing, sense of belonging and social health, through providing opportunities to undertake activities with other women which are both enjoyable and meaningful.
Through our programs, we rebuild confidence, resilience and self-worth, as well as strengthening women’s personal and professional support networks to help recovery from trauma.
This ongoing support is crucial to limiting social isolation and disconnection, whilst providing wrap around support at each critical point of the woman’s journey through the service system.
We provide a range of activities including arts and crafts, personal development explorations, meditation and relaxation, and gentle exercises such as yoga, walking and gardening, as well as social outings.