Your nearest Sexual Health clinic is the New Croft Centre, just a ten minute walk from NUSU. Open Monday to Friday 9AM-7PM, the New Croft Centre provides a wide range of sexual health services such as:
- Testing for sexually transmitted infections (STIs or STDs)
- Information on pregnancy services and support with pregnancy termination
- Walk-in clinics
- Booked appointments
NHS Sexual Health Clinics are confidential and do not tell your GP about your visit if you don't want them to. So long as they can contact you, you don't even have to use your real name. If you're taking tests, you can choose to receive your results over text, by a phone call, or in a discrete, unmarked letter.
Find out more about the New Croft Centre and more NHS services here.
MESMAC Newcastle works with gay and bisexual men and other men who have sex with men to increase the range of choices open to them.
MESMAC was established in 1990 to focus mainly on sexual health. However because they do this by using a “community development” approach, it means that they are able to offer more general support and advice about almost anything you might want to talk about or want help with. http://mesmacnewcastle.com/
Shine (Sexual Health In Newcastle) is a community women’s health project based in Newcastle Upon Tyne offering support and services for women 16 and http://.http://www.shinewomen.co.uk/
Sexpression Newcastle (Student Society)
Sexpression delivers regular peer-led teaching sessions that focus on sexual education, health and guidance in primary, secondary and sixth form colleges. Our main aim is to empower young people to make informed choices about their sexual health and http://tionships.https://www.nusu.co.uk/getinvolved/societies/society/13395/