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Sexual Health Services

Genito-Urinary Medicine Department

This is a sexual health and contraception service which provides confidential screening and treatment of sexually transmitted infections. This service is at Russells Hall Hospital that offers a range of confidential services on a first comes first serve basis. For further information on what services they can offer and opening times visit https://www.dgft.nhs.uk/services-and-wards/genito-urinary-medicine/

Stourside Medical Practice

This service offers free, confidential sexual health advice and contraceptive methods. You can book an appointment but it also offers walk in patients at a first come first serve basis. If you are not seen on that day they will offer an appointment to you. For further information on what services are available please visit https://www.stoursidenhs.co.uk/local-services/contraceptive-clinics/

Brierley Hill Health and Social Care Centre (Main Clinic)

This service free and confidential advice and support for men and women on a range of contraception, STI testing and many other types of emergency contraception. You are welcome to book an appointment or walk in to any of the clinics for help and advice at a first come first serve basis. To find out more information on contact details and services they offer visit https://www.dudleyci.co.uk/kb5/dudley/asch/service.page?id=kuPdhLP1vGI

Brook Dudley (under 25s)

This service is free and confidential for 25s and younger. It includes a range of contraception's, testing and counselling (appointment needed). This service also runs clinics in schools and colleges for the pupils. For further information visit https://www.nhs.uk/Services/clinics/Overview/DefaultView.aspx?id=95221. For information of sexual health and wellbeing, relationships, pregnancy and more visit the Brook Clinic website https://www.brook.org.uk/

WHAT? Centre

This service offers advice and information services and therapeutic counselling for individuals between the ages 13 and 25. For further information on what advice this service offers visit http://www.dwmh.nhs.uk/service-users-and-carers/the-what-centre/. This service aims in preventing HIV, early diagnosis and supporting people living with HIV and their families, partners and carers. For more information visit https://www.beehivewhatcentre.co.uk/

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