Services (Young People)

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From 3rd March 2014 you will be able to access contraception services and sexually transmitted infection (STI) screening and treatment at both our locations at the Royal Hallamshire Hospital, Glossop Road and Central Health Clinic, Mulberry Street Sheffield City Centre.

Locations and opening times are listed here:

Open Doors – Young People’s Outreach Health Service
Weekly sexual health drop in services in community settings, including schools, colleges, youth centres, young people’s services and specialist services, offering free condoms and lube, the C-Card free condom scheme, Chlamydia screening, pregnancy testing, advice, support and information.
Tel: 0114 3054000

Sheffield C-Card Scheme
Free and confidential condom scheme for young people under 20. Following registration, young people are issued with a card that can be shown at participating outlets in exchange for condoms.
See the C-Card website for a full list of services

All Clear – Sheffield Chlamydia Screening Programme
Provides self testing Chlamydia screening kits and treatment for 16-24 year olds in a variety of settings throughout the city, including GP practices, pharmacies, health clinics, young people’s services, schools and colleges
Location: Central Health Clinic, Mulberry Street, Sheffield, S1 2PJ
Tel: 0114 3054010


Youth group and information service for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans young people up to the age of 17 living in Sheffield. Weekly group meeting and one-to-one support available.
Location: The Sheena Amos Youth Trust, Scotia Works, Leadmill Road, Sheffield, S1 4SE
Drop-in for new members 4-5pm Fridays at NSPCC,  35 George Street, Sheffield, S1 2PF
Tel: 0114 241 2728
Mob: 07974 825318

Taking Stock
One-to-one support for children and young people aged under 19 years who are involved in or at risk of sexual exploitation
Opening times: Monday-Friday 9am – 5pm
Location: Floor 3 Leecroft House, 58-60 Campo Lane, Sheffield, S1 2EG
Tel: 0114 201 8640

Peer Activities in Sexual Health (PASH)
Young people’s peer education project for young volunteers 16-19 years to undertake faciliation training and deliver sexual health education sessions to young people in schools, colleges and informal youth settings. Contact the project to find out details of the next training course
Location: Centre for HIV & Sexual Health, Brincliffe House, 90 Osborne Road, Sheffield  S11 9BB Tel: 0114 3054444 Email:

Health advice and support service for gay and bisexual men in Sheffield offering one-to-one support, opportunity to meet others, workshops and group activities, advice, information and free condoms
Tel: 0114 253 6767

Support service committed to improving the quality of life for those infected and affected by HIV, offering drop ins, lunch clubs, positive men’s and women’s groups, home visits, advice, information and support.
Location: The Orchard, 14-18 West Bar Green, Sheffield, S1 2DA
Tel: 0114 278 7916

The Forge Centre
Social work service for people infected and affected by HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis C, in hospital, at the Forge Centre or in the home, offering confidential HIV counselling and testing
Opening times: Monday – Thursday 8.45am – 5.15pm and Friday 8.45am – 4.45pm
Location: Brincliffe House, 90 Osborne Road, Sheffield  S11 9BB Tel: 0114 305 4145

Porterbrook Clinic
Assessment and therapy service for all sexual or relationship problems or difficulties
Opening times: Monday – Friday daytime, evening appointments occasionally available after assessment
Location: 75 Osborne Road, Sheffield, S11 9BF
Tel: 0114 271 6671

Psychosexual Clinic
Therapy for women or couples with sexual or relationship difficulties
Opening times: Thursday afternoon appointments
Location: Department of Gynaecology, Jessop Wing, Tree Root Walk, Sheffield, S10 2SF
Tel: 0114 226 8206

Comprehensive service on all aspects of male sexual dysfunction
Opening times: Morning, afternoon and evening clinics up to 6pm available
Location: Urology OPD, Royal Hallamshire Hospital, Glossop Road, Sheffield, S10 2JF
Tel: 0114 271 1755

Share Psychotherapy
Psychoanalytic psychotherapy service, offering individual, group and family therapy and group work activities at as low a cost as possible
Opening times: Office hours Monday–Thursday 10.15am – 3.30pm. Regular appointments weekdays and evenings
Location: 73 Wilkinson Street, Sheffield, S10 2GJ
Tel: 0114 273 0200

Psychosexual Counselling Central Health Clinic
Psychosexual counselling for any psychosexual concern
Opening times: Wednesday 1:30pm -3:30pm. Office hours Monday – Friday 9am – 1pm
Location: Central Health Clinic, Mulberry Street, Sheffield, S1 2PJ
Tel: 0114 271 6818

Sheffield Women’s Counselling and Therapy service
Free confidential counselling and psychotherapy service for women over the age of 16 who have experienced crisis or trauma, offering individual or group psychotherapy and counselling sessions
Opening times: Office hours Monday – Thursday 10am-3pm
Location: 44 Daniel Hill, Sheffield, S6 3JF
Tel: 0114 275 2157

Rape and Sexual Abuse Counselling
Counselling for women and girls who have experienced sexual abuse or rape at any time in their lives
Opening times: Office hours Tuesday – Friday 10am – 5pm. Phoneline Thursday 6pm – 10pm and Friday 1pm – 5pm
Address: PO Box 34, Sheffield, S1 1UD
Tel: 0114 261 8990

S.W.W.O.P. (Sheffield Working Women’s Opportunities Project)
Support for female street sex workers, offering advice and information about sexual health, drugs and benefits, Recovery and Exit Support Team (REST) and monthly drop in for exit clients 1pm – 4pm
Opening times: Office hours Monday – Thursday 8.30am – 4pm and Friday 8.30am – 12pm
Tel: 0114 220 0666

Get Connected Sheffield
Get Connected Sheffield is a website for young people aged 13-19 in Sheffield. Here you’ll find important information to help you make choices around education, training, employment and other issues that may affect your life, such as health, relationships and the environment. The site is run by Sheffield Futures.

Domestic Abuse
Sheffield Domestic Abuse Partnership Helpline is a single city-wide number for people who are:

• experiencing domestic abuse

• recovering from domestic abuse and need support

• worried about family members or friends and want to find out more

• professionals, who want information to support their clients

Monday – Friday : 10am – 4pm Wednesday: 10am-7pm (not bank holidays)
Tel:0808 808 2241

Search on NHS Choices for more sexual health services in your area.

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