We work with a range of organisations to promote safe sex and relationships, good sexual health, and to provide support and care for people with sexually transmitted illnesses and HIV.
No matter who you see or speak to, we’ll treat you with the dignity and respect you deserve – there’s no judgement here.
We’re partnered with Brook to provide education for young people and training for healthcare professionals in north west London.
Building on 50 years’ experience, Brook’s education and training covers issues that many young people face, designed to help them develop important life skills, resilience, and self-confidence.
For young people Brook runs relationship and sex education sessions in schools and other settings. They tailor their sessions to meet the needs of the young people they’re working with.
For healthcare professionals working with young people, Brook provides specialist-led training workshops on a range of topics including their nationally recognised sexual behaviours traffic light tool.
Brook believes all young people should receive good quality sex and relationship education which is a part of broader personal, social health and economic education.
They’re committed to changing attitudes, challenging prejudices, and championing equality so that all young people can lead happy, healthy lives.
We work with Terrence Higgins Trust (THT), Spectra, and Hillingdon AIDS Response Trust (HART) who provide a range of sexual and wellbeing services for people over 16.
For people in Brent, Ealing, Harrow, and Hillingdon, the group provides sexual health advice, HIV testing, peer mentoring, support groups, contraception, and staff training.
For Hillingdon residents, they provide wellbeing, case management support, and counselling to people living with HIV.
THT and Spectra also offer counselling to everyone living in Hillingdon.
THT, Spectra, and HART are a group of charities with decades of experience with sexual health and HIV services.
Like us, they’re committed to supporting people living with HIV, reducing the transmission of HIV, and improving the general sexual health of the communities they serve, including LGBTQ+ and other marginalised groups.
We don’t have a formal partnership with Sexwise, but we use their sexual health information a lot – both on our website and in clinic.
The information they provide is written by sexual health professionals (including us!), and they work closely with the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Health (FSRH), the British Association of Sexual Health and HIV (BASHH), and the sexual health team at The Department of Health and Social Care – so they really know what they’re talking about.