East Sussex Sexual Health Service and East Sussex County Council
Working together to support your sexual health
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Do you live in East Sussex (not including Brighton)?

East Sussex Sexual Health Service NHS and East Sussex County Council.
Working together to support your sexual health....


Do you live in East Sussex (not including Brighton)?

Are you over 16? Would you like the chance to win a £50 reimbursement? Please help us make the local community safer and healthier by answering a few questions about sexual health. This will help us to design services that work for you. Access the survey at http://bit.ly/esccshsurvey and please share it with your friends, family and colleagues. All the findings will be completely anonymous – you won’t be linked in any way to what you tell us. This research is commissioned by East Sussex Public Health, and carried out by SMG, an independent research company.

New Saturday Opening Times

Please note that Saturday opening times at Station Plaza Hastings and Avenue House Eastbourne will be changing from 2nd February 2019.  New Saturday drop-in times will be 09.00 – 12.00 noon

Protect Against STIs

New campaign targeting young people aged 16-24 years old. Includes personal stories about contracting sexually transmitted infections (STI’s) and why people did not use condoms.

Read more here

Sex Wise

A fresh new website to help you make healthy, safe and informed choices about their sexual and reproductive health, with honest advice about contraception, pregnancy, sexually transmitted infections, sexual pleasure and wellbeing.

Visit the site by clicking here

It's harder to spell chlamydia than it is to catch.

Chlamydia is found in 1 in 12 people tested. It's easy to catch, easy to pass on and easy to notice. Thankfully it's just as easy to test for and treat. Chlamydia can make you sterile if it isn't treated. Take a chance or take the test?

Now that's an easy decision.

If you're 15-24, order a FREE Home Test Kit online at freetest.me

Have you seen our FACEBOOK page?

‘Like’ our Facebook page for up to date information and news on sexual health in East Sussex.