posted by: Ellen Reed
The Devon C Card service provides free condoms and advice to young people throughout Devon and Torbay.
We are developing the present C Card service in the area and would really like to hear from young people aged 13-24 years old.
We’d appreciate your views on how you think the service could be improved and accessed. Please answer the questions following the link below or just provide your own feedback. You don’t have to answer all questions if you don’t want to. Thank you for helping us make the service better for everyone!
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How to access our service:
We have now implemented a telephone triage system for all of our clinics. This system will be in place for the duration of the pandemic. Please contact our services to access this triage system. Our central telephone number is 0300 303 3989.
If you are experiencing symptoms of Coronavirus please do not attend the clinic. Clear advice for people with symptoms of coronavirus is available at nhs.uk/coronavirus .
Advice from our service:
We have updated information on the provision of routine contraception during this pandemic here.
More details on the fitting of LARCs (coils and implants) at our service can be found here
If you need the combined contraceptive pill please try (if you can) to get updated measurements of your height, weight and blood pressure before calling us.
Self-requested Sexual Health screening by post is available for for under 25s only - more info here
For others with testing requirements please contact the service on 0300 303 3989.
Please be aware that we may have to cancel, rearrange or shut clinical services in response to changing clinical and staffing pressures created by the Coronavirus pandemic.
If you are struggling to access sexual health services, alternatives may be available: