Devon Sexual Health supports Playing It Safe campaign.
posted by: Susan Mills
Devon Sexual Health is pleased to support Sexual Health Week 2023, which this year focuses on
Playing It Safe.
The campaign is organised by the sexual health charity, Brook, and is aimed at raising awareness of sexual health in all areas; contraception options, sexual consent plus healthy relationships, and encourages everyone to be safe through empowerment.
Running from 11-17 September 2023, the week is an opportunity to talk on social media openly about sexual health and sharing of experiences – simply search for #SHW23
With hub clinics in Exeter, Barnstaple and Torquay, Devon Sexual Health provides a wide range of sexual health services for all residents of Devon and Torbay including: emergency contraception, condoms, all methods of contraception; STI testing and treatment; help with partner notification and HIV specialist services including the provision of PEP and PrEP.
All services are free, completely confidential and non-judgemental. For information on all the services offered, including weekly drop-in clinics for young people, see https://www.devonsexualhealth.nhs.uk/
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