A coalition of sexual and reproductive health organisations have called on the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care Jeremy Hunt to take action on the future of sexual health services.
The sexual health charity FPA welcomed the further drop in teenage pregnancy rates in England and Wales revealed today, but raised concerns over regional variations – days after a coalition of key charities and organisations launched a petition to end cuts to sexual health services.
FPA comments on the Time to Act report on sexual and reproductive health services.
Sexual health charity FPA is calling on all political parties to commit to reduce the UK’s teenage pregnancy rate.
Teenage pregnancy is at a record low, but FPA warns this could change if cuts to contraception services continue.
Research shows sexual health clinics are increasingly under strain, at a time when there are concerns over rising rates of sexually transmitted infections.
FPA has responds to announcement of 3.9% cut to public health spending for local authorities over the next five years.
A report commissioned by FPA explores the substantial potential cost to the UK of the Government making cuts to sexual and reproductive health spending.
Sexual health charity FPA responds to new statistics showing visits to sexual and reproductive health services in the last year.
Sexual health charities call for local politicians to invest in sexual and reproductive healthcare.