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  • Sexual Health Line: Tel: 0800 567 123 (24 hours) Text phone: 0800 521 361 Gives confidential advice and information about STIs or any other aspect of sexual health. Can also tell you where to find local sexual health services.
  • BBC Sex and Sexual Health: Information on Contraception , STI’s, Relationship and Sexual Problems www.bbc.co.uk
  • AVERT: The Aids Education and Research Trust Information about HIV infection and Aids, sex, puberty, sexuality, contraception and condoms. Information for HIV positive people and the latest news and statistics. Includes personal stories, articles and resources such as quizzes, statistics, FAQs and printable booklets. www.avert.org
  • British Association for Sexual Health and HIV: BASHH was formed in 2003 through the merger of the Medical Society for the Study of Venereal Diseases (MSSVD, established 1922) and the Association for Genito Urinary Medicine (AGUM, established 1992). BASHH maintains a list of GUM clinics in the UK and the Republic of Ireland www.bashh.org
  • Brook Advisory Centres: (UK) Advice, counseling and medical help about contraception, pregnancy, abortion and sexual health. Centres across the country 0800 018 5023 (9am-5am Mon-Fri) www.brook.org.uk
  • CDC National Prevention Information Network: A service for the National Center for HIV, STI& TB Prevention. Although American, there is much information here, particularly about completed campaigns against STIs www.cdcnpin.org
  • Come Clean: A joint campaign between BBC Wales and the Welsh Assembly Government promoting sexual health www.bbc.co.uk/comeclean
  • Contraceptive Education Service: Provided by FPA 0845 310 1334 (England) 028 90 325 488 or 028 71 260 016 (Northern Ireland) 0141 576 5088 (Scotland) Mondays to Fridays 9am-7pm The Contraceptive Education Service provides a nationwide information service for men and women. Trained staff can answer your questions on contraception, family planning, sexual health, GUM clinics, as well as on other organisations that can help you. http://www.fpa.org.uk
  • Crusaid: The national fundraiser for HIV & AIDS; contains facts and information about AIDS and useful links www.crusaid.org.uk
  • Europeer: A meeting place and resource centre about peer education to prevent HIV infection among young people in Europe www.europeer.lu.se
  • Find a Clinic: The Society of Sexual Health Advisers (SSHA) has a list of sexual health clinics in the UK and Ireland. Follow the link and click on your area to find a clinic near you www.ssha.info
  • Health Protection Agency: Statistics on STIs. www.hpa.org.uk
  • Radio 1: Information site on sexually related issues; including contraception, STI’s, pregnancy, HIV, abuse and much more www.bbc.co.uk/radio1
  • Department of Health: Gives information on the National Chlamydia Screening Programme and examines general features and resources about sexual health. www.dh.gov.uk
  • International Herpes Alliance: Global association of patient support organisations and health professionals. Several informative leaflets in various languages may be downloaded. www.herpesalliance.org
  • Marie Stopes International: MSI UK is responsible for establishing and managing family planning centres, nursing homes and referral centres in the UK and other developed countries. www.mariestopes.org.uk
  • Medical Foundation for AIDS & Sexual Health: A charity which works with policy-makers and health professionals, to promote excellence in the prevention and management of HIV and other sexually transmitted infections. It is supported by the British Medical Association. www.medfash.org.uk
  • NAM Publications (National AIDS Manual): “Delivers reliable and accurate HIV information across the world to HIV-positive people and to the professionals who treat, support and care for them” www.aidsmap.com
  • National Aids Helpline (UK): Confidential advice, information on sexual health, STI's and AIDS 0800 567 123 (24hrs) Ethnic language line available: Mon: Bengali, Tues: Urdu, Wed: Arabic, Thur: Gujerati, Fri: Hindi, Sat: Punjabi, Sun: Cantonese 0800 917 2227 (Daily 6-10pm)
  • National AIDS Trust: Includes more useful information on World AIDS Day, as well as material on key public policy issues in the UK. www.nat.org.uk
  • Naz Project: Naz Project London provides sexual health and HIV prevention and support services to South Asian, Middle Eastern, North African, Horn of African and Latin American Communities. www.naz.org.uk
  • NHS Direct (UK): Help and advice on all health issues plus local family planning and STI Clinic0845 4647 (24hrs) www.nhsdirect.nhs.uk
  • PACE: An organisation which responds to the emotional, mental and physical health needs of lesbians and gay men in the greater London area. Offers counselling, advocacy, groups and workshops, HIV prevention, employment, youthwork and training. www.pacehealth.org.uk
  • Playing Safely: Aimed at 18-30 year olds, this Department of Health website has information on contraception, sexually transmitted infections and the importance of practising safer sex. Advises where to get help if you've had unprotected sex, or are experiencing any unusual symptoms. www.playingsafely.co.uk
  • Positive Nation: Positive Nation is the UK's HIV and sexual health magazine www.positivenation.co.uk
  • Positively Women (UK): A charity offering support for women living with HIV by women living with HIV.020 77713 0222 (10am-4pm Mon-Fri) www.positivelywomen.org.uk
  • Relate (UK): Counseling, sex therapy, relationship education and education for couples and families.01788 573 241 www.relate.org.uk
  • Sexual Health Line: Freefone 0800 567 123(calls may be charged if made from mobile phones)7 days a week, 24 hours a day A 24-hour, seven-days-a-week, free and confidential telephone service with advice about HIV, AIDS, sexual health, sexually transmitted infections, local services, clinics and support services.
  • Sexual Health Wales: Provides information and advice on contraception and sexual health to young people in Wales. 0845 604 8484 Mondays to Fridays, 8am - 8pm, Sat/Sun 10am -2pm
  • Sexwise: Free and confidential advice line for young people under 18, on anything to do with sex, relationships and contraception. All calls are free. Freephone 0800 28 29 30(calls may be charged if made from mobile phones) 7 days a week, from 7am -12 midnight.
  • Society of Health Advisors in Sexually Transmitted Diseases: Easy to understand information on sexually transmitted infections and related conditions, and where to get help and advice in the UK. www.shastd.org.uk
  • SWISH: So What is Sexual Health? SWISH features information for young people, parents and professionals; so there's something for everyone. Young people are encouraged to have their say on the contents of the site by using the feedback link online. www.swish.org.uk
  • The Health Education Board for Scotland: This provides links to some organisations dealing with sexual health. www.hebs.co.uk
  • The Herpes Viruses Association UK: Information and counselling for people affected by the herpes viruses: 0207 7609 9061 (General office hours) www.herpes.org.uk
  • The Terrence Higgins Trust: The Terrence Higgins Trust - the UK's leading AIDS charity. The Terrence Higgins Trust has merged with four regional HIV and AIDS charities in England to form the biggest charity of its kind in Europe. www.tht.org.uk
  • UNAIDS: Includes details of international declarations and strategies on HIV prevention. Also global HIV/AIDS epidemiology. Useful links. www.unaids.org
  • Women's Health (UK): Information on gynecological health, heavy bleeding, fibroids, hysterectomy, menopause, HRT, pelvic inflammatory disease and ovarian problems. www.womenshealthlondon.org.uk
  • You Choose: Advice for those considering taking an HIV test http://www.youchoose.org.uk 

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