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We are recruiting young people aged 14 to 25 to get involved with Young Healthwatch. If you want to help shape health and social care services for young people in Gateshead and Newcastle we would love

Grab and Go

In response to Covid 19 - Grab and collect free condoms from the following venues:

Josephine & Jack are a creative and unique journey in relationships and sex education run by and for people with learning disabilities across Tyne

The Albert Kennedy Trust supports LGBTQ+ young people in the UK experiencing homelessness or living in hostile enviroments to find safe homes, empl

GROUP WORK A large part of our service provision is group work. Each group is guided and shaped by the young women who are part of them. The programmes are based on the needs, interests and issues of the young women who are part of the group, and a strong emphasis is placed on the group members planning, designing and evaluating their programmes. This makes sure that young women have real ownership of their groups, they are valued, respected and have the opportunity to learn new skills that meet their goals, realise their own dreams and aspirations for the future.  To support young mothers

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Please click here to visit the NHS Employers page to view their recent Calendar of national campaigns 2018   Below you will find a list of services where you can download and where possible order resources to promote Health Campaigns and Health information  Resources to order and Print Public Health England Resource Website The Public Health England Campaign Resource Centre has everything you need to deliver our award-winning marketing campaigns on a local level. Click here Northumberland Tyne and Wear  Information and Self Help guides which options of PDF, British Sign language and Audio

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We want all victims of crime to be able to talk to us, whatever the means. VFN have a project called the HEAL project which supports victims of sexual violence living in the Gateshead area, the project can also offer support and advice around sexual health. The project is run by an ISVA (independent sexual violence advisor) who can provide this specialist support. There are also ISVAs in other areas of Northumbria so if you live outside of Gateshead, we can help you too.  We offer online sessions where you can have an instant chat on Facebook with our ISVA for any of your support needs on

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We provide practical and emotional support to help victims of crime across Northumbria, helping them to cope and recover from their experience wether
Cervical Cancer Support

“Reduce your risk”  Cervical cancer can be prevented.

Gateshead Sexual Health Service

The service provides contraception and sexual health screening/ testing, treatment and follow up. All forms of contraception, including long acting methods are available from the majority of clinics, with some clinics specifically for under 25’s.

Visit the Gateshead Sexual Health Service website for their latest time table of local clinics. Telephone number listed below.

Protect from STIs

Many people with sexually transmitted infections (STIs) do not get symptoms, so it's worth getting tested even if you feel fine. If you think you have an STI, the

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