Residents in some parts of SW8 and SW9 should get a COVID-19 test whether they have symptoms or not, after a case of the variant first identified in South Africa was discovered.
We offer care and support services for adults, carers and information about public health. We can help you to find the right places for answers on sexual health and HIV, mental wellbeing, diet and lifestyle advice to stay well, health checks, and choosing NHS services.
Stonewall offers resources for LGBTQ+ people and their families. It can help with information on employment rights, hate crime, coming out, asylum rights, free research papers, and an interactive LGBTQ+ directory.
CliniQ is a holistic sexual health, mental health and wellbeing service for trans people delivered from and in partnership with the Caldecot Centre in Camberwell and is currently running limited face to face services while amplifying its service with online counselling. Appointments are available for people with symptoms, cervical smears, hormone injections and hormone blood tests.
DASH Lambeth, a drugs, alcohol and sexual health integrated service. The service supports young people under 21 and is delivered in a range of community venues across the borough.
FindOut developed by our local partner organisation LGBT Hero this mapping tool details hundreds of organisations and services that will allow LGBTQ+ Londoners
to easily access local services tailored to them such as sexual health, mental health, and other advice and assistance services.
The London HIV Prevention Programme deliver a sexual health promotion service called Do It London for gay and bisexual men across the capital. Our experienced outreach team offer confidential sexual health advice, HIV testing and free condoms and lube in venues most nights of the week. Follow @doitldn on Twitter where the team tweet out every session’s venue and opening hours. Visit our website for information on how you can protect yourself from HIV.
PrEP stands for pre-exposure prophylaxis and is a pill you can take to protect you from HIV. PrEP is available from local sexual health clinics at Guy’s and St Thomas (Burrell Street and Streatham Hill) and Camberwell Sexual Health Centre. Visit their websites to contact any of the local clinics for a phone appointment to discuss PrEP.
Love, Sex, Life is a new sexual health promotion service, a partnership consisting
of NAZ Project London (focusing on outreach), Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust (SLCT) (focusing on community engagement) and Shape History (focusing on communications strategy). The partnership provides access and support for BME
communities, and champions of social change. They also deliver sexual health awareness training to professionals and community champions working with the BME community in LSL.