Relationships, Sexual Health and Sexuality

Do you have questions about relationships, sexual health or sexuality? We can help.

You can pop in to our Drop In Centre or to our health and well being drop-ins in schools and colleges without making an appointment. You will be able to speak in confidence to one of our trained workers, and you can get free condoms, Chlamydia screening and pregnancy testing. We also run a weekly sexual health clinic every Thursday for more specialist sexual health advice with a sexual health nurse who can give you any form of contraception.

We want you to have positive and healthy relationships and so all our staff are well trained in helping young people in this area.

Sometimes, relationships can be difficult and painful. If you have been affected by something that has happened in a relationship, or if a relationship has broken down, you might want to contact our counselling service for support.

If you have any questions or issues with your sexuality, you can come to our Drop In Centre to get information, advice, counselling and support without prejudice. Our hosted charity, Breakout Youth, provides youth groups for 13-21 year olds who are Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Transexual or who are unsure.

How to get help

  • Come along to our Drop In Centre – no need to make an appointment.
  • Call us on 02380 224224
  • Email us with your questions or concerns about relationships, sex and sexuality
  • Get in touch with Breakout Youth.