United Muslim Women Association

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Settlement Services

Our Settlement Services

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The United Muslim Women Association is a community based welfare organisation that caters to the welfare, social, educational, religious and recreational needs of Muslim women of all background.

The Association provides settlement services to newly arrived migrants and refugees at its head office in Lakemba and also provides outreach services in Liverpool and Fairfield.


  • Casework
  • Information and Referral
  • Form filling
  • Interest groups/Support Groups
  • Educational programs eg. English classes
  • Information sessions covering topics according to Muslim women needs such as, Education, Health, Employment and other settlement information.


  • Immigration
  • Legal
  • Housing/ Accommodation
  • Education & Training
  • Domestic Violence
  • Health
  • Police
  • ADB
  • Aged Care
  • Employment
  • Childcare

This Project is funded by the Department of Immigration and Citizenship under the Settlement Grants Program.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 02 January 2013 17:26

123 Drive

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Driving Lessons for Women Escaping Domestic Violence

Domestic Violence Support Western Sydney Service (DVSWSS) in partnership with the Muslim Women Association is inviting you to refer eligible clients for its 123 Drive program.

The program will provide for up to 10 driving lessons for women to assist them in obtaining their driving licence.

123 Drive will be administered by Jenny Ashwood from the Muslim Women Association.

Please send your referral to Jenny Ashwood with a support letter briefly explaining the client's history and reason for applying for this brokerage.

To download the eligibility criteria please click here

For more information please contact MWA on 9750 6916 or send your referral to fax (02) 9750 7913. You can also contact Jenny directly on 0433 546 360 or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Last Updated on Wednesday, 02 January 2013 17:26