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Self Help Groups

  • Brook Advisory Centres

    Brook's confidential helpline offers information, support and signposting around sexual health to young people under 25. A secure online enquiry service can be accessed via the brook website for the under 25s.
  • Bure Clinic

    The Bure Clinic is a genito-urinary clinic within the James Paget Healthcare NHS Trust in Norfolk. It offers local services but has a useful website with information on sexually transmissible infections including the following. HIV/AIDS Genital warts Herpes simplex Gonorrhoea Chlamydia...
  • FPA

    The fpa is a voluntary organisation whose aim is to advance the sexual health and reproductive rights and choices of all people throughout the UK. The fpa provides a national service in the UK providing information, training, research and publications. The following services are provided. A...
  • FPA (Northern Ireland)

    The fpa Northern Ireland works in partnership with statutory, voluntary and community organisations throughout Northern Ireland, and provides: A confidential telephone, postal and drop-in helpline responding to enquiries on reproductive and sexual health Training and consultancy, with unique...
  • FPA (Scotland)

    The fpa Scotland is completely focused on improving Scotland’s sexual health and wellbeing, and the increased activity, particularly around service improvement, is welcomed. These activities are mainly focused on four areas: Increasing the capacity of the public and voluntary sector workforce...
  • FPA (Wales)

    The fpa in Wales is the only voluntary sector organisation with a Wales-wide interest in all aspects of sexual health. They have extensive knowledge of the sexual health field in Wales, and work closely with the Welsh Assembly to promote best practice as the HIV and Sexual Health Services...
  • Hepatitis B Foundation UK

    The Hepatitis B Foundation UK's mission is to draw together people with Hepatitis B, to give them a bigger collective voice to exact better services, and to enable them to support one another. They also aim to: Promote interventions designed to prevent hepatitis B infection, including universal...
  • Herpes Viruses Association

    Website, helpline, leaflets and quarterly journal give advice, information and counselling. Meetings and seminars arranged around the country.
  • Mainliners

    The newsletter 'Mainliners' is produced bi-monthly. Its national readership is composed of healthcare professionals, service users and anyone who has an interest in drug use, commercial sex work, HIV prevention and hepatitis. It aims to be informative and topical and offers space to other agencies...