Find Sexual health information and support services near you click here! Sexual Health Clinics are sometimes referred to as GUM clinics (GUM stands for Genito-Urinary-Medicine).
With 17 centres in the UK (10 of which are in the London area), BROOK offers free and confidential sexual health advice, contraception, pregnancy testing and screening tests for STDs and HIV to young people up to the age of 25. The most central Brook Centre is in Euston at 92-94 Chalton Street. All sessions are walk-in, but to see a counsellor you may need to make an appointment.
Ask Brook for secure online help. Send an email and receive a personal response.
Brook Helpline: 0808 802 1234 — available from 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday.
Founded in 1992, GMFA is the UK’s leading charity dedicated to gay men’s health. Their mission is to improve gay men’s health by increasing the control they have over their own lives.
Sexual health for lesbian and bisexual women
Health & well-being for LGBT communities
Emergency contraception pills need to be taken within 72 hours (3 days) of having unprotected sex. They are more effective the sooner you take them, and the pills are safe to use.
Women of all ages can get emergency contraception from:
Additionally, emergency contraceptive pills are sold in chemists (such as Boots) to women over the age of 16 and normally cost £24.