0345 122 8687
9am to 5pm Monday to Friday (except bank holidays).
Our sexual health helpline can give you confidential information on:
- contraception methods
- common sexually transmitted infections
- pregnancy choices, abortion and planning a pregnancy.
We can also give you details of:
- contraception clinics
- sexual health and genitourinary medicine (GUM) clinics
- sexual assault referral centres.
Pregnancy choices counselling
If you have an unplanned pregnancy, or are pregnant and not sure what to do, contact our non-directive counselling service on 0345 122 8687.
In England, Scotland or Wales?
Call the National Sexual Health Helpline provided by Public Health England on 0300 123 7123 (Monday–Friday, 9am to 8pm)
About our helpline
We will talk to you whatever your age, religion, culture, sexual orientation or ethnic background.
Your call is confidential
Remember, your call will be confidential*. We don’t ask for your name and address unless you want us to send you further information.
- We don't keep your personal details.
- We only share information about your call outside the helpline service if we believe that you or someone else is seriously at risk of harm.
- We will always tell you if we feel we need to do this and we will ask for your permission.
*0345 numbers appear on telephone bills, but don't identify the service. Calls may be monitored at times for training purposes and to help us improve the service we provide.
What can I expect when I call?
You can expect the following:
- non-judgemental advice
- current information on sexual health and clinics
- booklets and written information, if requested
- to feel heard and listened to
- to be treated with respect
- to feel supported in making choices about your sexual health.