At the Southgate Health Centre in Stevenage you can get free and confidential testing, treatment and advice about all sexually transmitted infections (STIs). The Stevenage Contraception Clinic is now also at this health centre. You can get free condoms, femidoms, implants, coils and emergency contraception (morning after pill), pregnancy tests and referral for termination of pregnancy. There is a special walk-in clinic for under-25s on Tuesday evenings from 5pm to 7pm.
If you are aged between 13 and 25 and have missed out on standard school or college education this project is for you! It's an opportunity for you to learn practical work skills, train for recognised qualifications as well as develop new interests.
If you're aged 13-17 and feel you'd like some support with your emotional well-being, confidence and self-esteem or are struggling with anxiety or low-mood, then the YC Hertfordshire North Herts Team's GROW project could be for you. The project offers a safe environment where you will get support in boosting your emotional well-being, helping you to feel better about life. Come along to the Letchworth Young People’s Centre on Tuesday evenings from 6.30 to 8.30pm.
The Focus Project is a charitable organisation helping people whose lives are affected by drugs or alcohol, whether as a misuser or as a result of others misuse.
All ages are welcome and referrals can come through: individuals, doctor, other agencies, family or friends. All services are confidential.
The St Albans Sexual Health Clinic at St Albans City Hospital offers a range of sexual health and contraception services including free condoms, emergency contraception and HIV testing (and advice and treatment where appropriate). All services are free and confidential to anyone regardless of age or gender.