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Sexual health service survey

If you use sexual health services, the London Sexual Health Transformation Programme want to know your views of these services.

This short survey is gathering information on sexual health services in London providing contraception as well as tests and treatment for sexually transmitted infections. It take less than 10 minutes to complete, and the information you give will be anonymous. The survey closes on Sunday, 28 February 2016.

Complete the Sexual health service survey.

Drug awareness

Know your stuff? / Know what's out there? Be in the know. Check out the facts. Don't be taken for a ride.

Sex and safer sex

Want to know more but too embarrassed to ask? No need when you check out this site.

Drugs and alcohol can affect your experience of sex in harmful ways. Here are some tips on how you and your friends can stay safe.


How to use them and what to do when things go wrong. Find out more.

Free condoms - Pick up yours at a place near you.


Did you know there are 15 methods available? Which one's best for you? Know your options.

On the Pill, having problems or just want to know more? There's no question that can't be answered.

Sexually Transmitted Infections and HIV

What are they and how to get tested

Advice on what to do to avoid them.


Think you could be pregnant? Need confidential advice?

Drop into your local youth club to speak to someone in the know. 

Healthy Eating

Making sure that you're eating the right balance of the right foods is the key to a healthy diet:

Mental Health  

Young people can experience a range of mental health problems. Childhood and teenage years are a time when you are usually changing rapidly and developing all the time.

You also often have to cope with many different situations and unfamiliar challenges like exams, relationships and the other pressures of growing up.

The Gap Youth Club 

The Gap

For young people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgendered, or those questioning their sexuality.

  • Open to ages 13-19 and up to 25 for young people with disabilities.
  • THE GAP offers a safe, social space for LGBTq young people to meet up, providing access to group activities
  • Workshops as well as providing 1:1 support and advice.

The youth club runs every Friday evening from 6pm to 8pm in the Clapham Junction area.

Contact us by phone, text or email:

Telephone: 07884 425 408

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