The Health Clinic provides education, preventative and curative health services for women at all stages in the life cycle, including family planning services, prenatal services, and treatment for infertility and sexually transmitted diseases. The Clinic is well-furnished with required basic medical equipment and also has an up-to-date laboratory to provide medical tests and a pharmacy to supply women with medicines and vitamins. Among the WHC’s most important programs are breast cancer prevention and early detection, as well as psycho-social support and a pap smear screening for detection and prevention of cervical cancer. 

 270 women regularly attend a series of programs run by the Sports and Physiotherapy Unit including exercise for fitness and weight loss, and for pregnant and postpartum women, as well as make use of the Health Center’s sauna. The Skin Treatment Unit also provides consultations and related services on skin care for 234 women on a regular basis.

The Psychosocial and Legal Advisory Unit offers psychosocial counseling services and legal support services to 427 women on a regular basis; during emergency periods, this number reaches close to 600. The unit also works to promote the participation of men in supporting women’s access to comprehensive reproductive health.

The Community Education Unit undertakes a wide range of education and awareness activities for women and the broader community on issues addressing women’s concerns including reproductive health, women’s rights, preventing violence against women, civic engagement and public participation, and building healthy families. In addition to activities at the Center, community educators regularly undertake field visits, psychosocial support, and public education, early detection awareness campaigns and other in-community activities.  Community education activities, like all activities undertaken at the WHC, are designed to raise women's awareness regarding their status and to empower women to promote their rights, as well as to support and contribute to increased sensitivity towards the issues, needs, and rights of women within the community. To this end, together with women using its services, the Center also organizes public meetings with decision makers, like representatives from the Ministry of Health, NGOs and human rights organizations, lawyers, and others), and  protest marches, like the recent one demanding provision of treatment for breast cancer.