The National Child Sexual Exploitation Awareness Day aims to highlight and encouraging everyone to think, spot and speak out against abuse and adopt a zero tolerance to adults developing inappropriate relationships with children…
Chlamydia is a common Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI) and in Halton and St Helens around 1 in 14 young people are found to have Chlamydia. Most people will not know if they have this infection as there are often no symptoms. It’s easy to test for Chlamydia and treatment is simple.
During the times we are closed, for emergency contraception please refer to Pharmacy and Walk in Centre opening times.
The Sexual Health Improvement Team will be out and about over the coming weeks to raise awareness of HIV and offer free and confidential HIV testing.
Halton C-card drop-in sessions are being held at Brookvale Children’s Centre, Ditton Community Centre and Windmill Hill Community Centre.
Sir Elton john and Prince Harry spoke at the AIDS 2016 Conference in South Africa. Click on the link below for more information: http://sentebale.org/prince-harry-and-sir-elton-john-speak-out-about-empowering-youth-at-the-international-aids-conference-in-durban/
The 18th March is National Child Sexual Exploitation Awareness day.
If you live in St Helens, Widnes or Runcorn and are 18 or over, you can now access free condoms to be delivered to you at home.