If you need medical care or advice that is urgent but not an immediate, genuine emergency, please visit https://111.nhs.uk/ or call 111 first so that trained NHS 111 advisors can tell you the best place to be seen quickly.

Under 25s

Sexual Health Outreach and Health Promotion clinical services are set up for young people aged 13-25 (and vulnerable adults in other settings), to get free, confidential, help, support and advice about sex and relationships, resisting peer pressure, sexuality, contraception, STIs, pregnancy testing and emergency contraception.

Outreach Sexual Health Services can provide all young people under 25 with:

  • free contraception
  • condoms
  • mini screen – HIV, Syphilis, Chlamydia and Gonorrhoea testing
  • pregnancy testing and options
  • emergency contraception (Morning After Pill)
  • advice and guidance

Services operate in a range of different areas, in places that young people already use, like youth centres and colleges to try and make it easier for young people to get to sexual health services. These clinics are drop in and there is no need to make an appointment.

Some clinics are open during term time, whilst others are open weekly after school, and all are able to offer free contraception, STI testing and advice for all your sexual health needs.

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Outreach Clinics

Biborough College, Monday 10-1pm, Friday 11-2pm

Nottingham College City Hub, Tuesday and Wednesday 10-1pm

Bulwell Riverside Youth & Play Sexual Health Clinic , Thursday 3-7pm

 

Please note the clinics based within FE Colleges/Schools operate during term time and are open to students of  the College/School only.

Confidentiality

All young people, including those under 16 have the right to private and confidential sexual health advice.

All our services are strictly confidential for all of our patients, no matter the age or circumstance. Information our patients give us is not shared with anyone outside our sexual health service without the consent of our patients, unless it is necessary to protect someone from serious harm. Our higher standards of confidentiality are discussed with patients when they first attend our service.