Mission: Women's health & counseling center is a community-based, non-profit provider of personalized health care for women, particularly those who may not be able to obtain such services from traditional providers due to monetary, cultural, language or other barriers. Our goal is to provide a safe haven where compassionate and high quality services are available. These include medical and preventive care, counseling and support programs. We promote healthier communities by educating women to make informed health care choices.
Programs: Reproductive health care servicesas part of its mission to keep women healthy, the agency provides family planning services including gynecological exams (both annual and for minor problems), pregnancy testing, birth control, emergency contraception, breast and cervical cancer screening. For men and women, the agency offers education on reproductive health options, testing for and treatment of sexually transmitted infections, and hiv testing. During 2013, whcc provided 4,482 visits to 2,291 unduplicated patients.
cancer education and early detection program (ceed)women and men who are uninsured and meet financial eligibility can obtain free screenings for breast, cervical, colorectal and prostate cancers through whcc. In 2013, 1,148 women were screened for breast cancer; 812 women were screened for cervical cancer; 364 women and men were screened for colorectal cancer; and 12 men were screened for and/ or educated about prostate cancer.
primary careprimary care services including diagnosis and treatment of common and minor illness in addition to diagnosis, treatment, and monitoring for patients with chronic disease. Education on how to achieve and maintain optimal health is an integral part of the program. In 2013, whcc provided primary care services to 427 women through 1,473 appointments.
adolescent pregnancy prevention/teens achieving goals (appi) - provides individual counseling and group education for teens to reduce the risk of unintended pregnancy. In 2013, the appi program served 98 individuals through 412 sessions and provided 65 educational presentations to 1,703 students. Step- teens learn how to have a healthy pregnancy and the importance of pre-natal care through individual and group meetings with a health educator at their school. Teens are encouraged to stay focused on reaching personal and educational goals during and after the birth of their baby. In 2013, the step program served 16 students through 72 sessions. Sexual assault support services - somerset county's rape crisis center providing free and confidential 24-hour hotline and crisis intervention, police and forensic exam accompaniments, counseling for survivors and their loved ones, support and counseling groups, educational presentations to schools and community groups, and violence prevention work in schools. In 2013, 456 hotline calls were received, 218 individuals counseled through 507 sessions and 5,849 students educated.
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The staff is dedicated to providing high quality health-care to members of the community. The office is professional and the facility is clean and appealing.Patients seem very pleased with the services they receive.
I was so depressed I could hardly get out of bed and my counselor helped me understand that even things we can't exactly remember can affect the rest of our lives. I have done more gardening this spring than I have in the past 5 years put together! Thank you I'm glad you're there. Everyone is polite and patient, I never have to sit in the waiting room long and nobody knows why I'm there. The counseling rooms are cozy and warm, not cold and clinical. I am anxious to use the rest of the facility.
i think whcc is place where u can find any help any time ,god bless this people who work whit love ,becose is how make me feld any time i went there,i trust them !!thanks god bless u and thanks again to be there 4 so many people u help