Sefton Sexual Health Service – Consultation for Community Organisations

Sefton Sexual Health Service is considering bringing the age of access for free Emergency Hormonal Contraception in Community Pharmacies down to under 25s only.  In order to make sure there are no adverse consequences for women accessing this service and local participating pharmacies, an equality impact assessment must be carried out.

Please click here to participate in the consultation

Sexual Health Week starts Today! 11th – 17th September 2017

Let’s talk about porn

For Sexual Health Week this year, we’re talking about porn.

The aim, to support people to have more open discussions about subjects related to porn, such as body image, consent, communication, safer sex…and the difference between fantasy and reality. The FPA work with parents, teachers and young people to have open-minded, positive and non-judgemental discussions.

FPA Sexual Health Week - questions poster

FPA Sexual Health Week - porn poster

For more information on how the FPA can support you or how to get involved fpa.org.uk/LetsTalkPorn

 

Star Centre – Emotional Health and Wellbeing

The Star Centre will be offering a Young person’s drop in: Every weekday 3.30 to 7.30pm & Saturdays 1 – 4pm

Call in for informal & friendly advice, support & information on subjects such as low mood, relationship concerns, worry, stress or anxiety.

Also available:

  • Counselling & therapies
  • Wellbeing courses
  • ADHD Foundation

For more information Click Here


 

Young People Sexual Health Drop-in  – starting Wednesday 26th July 

Then Every Wednesday
3.30pm – 5.30pm
Linacre Lane, Bootle, L20 6ES

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Sexual Health Training Survey 2017

Sefton Sexual Health Service would like to hear your views to help shape their plans to put on free workforce sessions.

You can CLICK HERE to take the survey

Sefton Sexual Health Service is commissioned by Sefton Council to deliver a combined clinical service alongside sexual health promotion. The service is expected to provided targeted work and support for young people and other members of the community who are known to be more vulnerable to poor sexual health. Part of this support is building capacity within the teams of professionals who support these groups.

This questionnaire is a scoping activity to help understand how that training should look so that a workforce development programme that is tailor-made specifically to Sefton.

The questions ask a little about your organisation and role in supporting young people. It then goes to ask questions about the types of training that would be useful and whether accreditation is something which is valued.