About Our Clinics

Who can come?
Our sexual health clinics are for anyone under the age of 25. It doesn’t matter who you are, where you live, or what your situation is. We are here to help you, not judge you. If you are worried about coming or need any additional support to get here, please contact our clinics and we’ll try to help. 

Why come to our clinics?
If sex and relationships are on your mind, come and talk to us at any of our clinics.
We can offer practical advice and testing for pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections.
Or just talk about any questions and problems you may have.
What we offer
• Pregnancy testing, advice & referral
• Emergency pill & contraception (including long-acting reversible contraception, such as coils*)
• Check-ups and treatment for sexually transmitted infections (Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, Syphilis, HIV, Hepatitis**) 
• Sex and relationship information & support
• Signposting to other services
• Condoms & C-Card
• Counselling, mental health & well-being support

*Certain types of contraception are only offered on certain days or at certain clinics. Please call the clinic before you go.
**Hepatitis testing is only available in the Pulse clinics.
Our Confidentiality Statement
The Camden and Islington Young People's Sexual Health Network includes the following services: Pulse N7, Pulse@Lift, Pulse@the Hive, Pulse@Platform, Pulse@CANDI, the Brandon Centre and Brook Euston. 
Your visit is confidential, which means we don’t share information about your visit with anyone else for example parents, teachers, youth workers or GP.
In exceptional circumstances, for example if you or friends are in serious danger or we are worried about your safety, we may have to speak to other professionals in order to help protect you. We would always try to discuss this and any concerns about your welfare with you first. 
When you register with one of our services, where necessary and with your consent, we will share your information with our healthcare partners above.
Please note that our Pulse services are provided by Homerton University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, therefore any data held will be on their shared computer system and you don’t need to re-register each time you visit one of their other services.

Please ask any staff member at our clinics if you would like more information.

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