iCaSH (integrated Contraception and Sexual Health) service provides all aspects of sexual and reproductive health, including contraception, sexually transmitted infection (STI) and HIV testing and treatment. Just go to their website for all the information you need for their services in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough.
It's never been easier to have a routine sexual health screen; simply click and follow the instructions and it will be delivered to your door in plain packaging. Then complete the test and pop it back freepost. However, if you can't order a kit online, please call on 0300 300 3030 and follow the options (times below).
They continue to offer booked appointments only - all 'sit and wait' and 'drop-in clinics' remain closed - so please click their logo or call 0300 300 3030 during these times:
| 09.00 - 16.00
| 09.00 - 16.00
| 09.00 - 16.00
| 13.30 - 16.00
| 09.00 - 16.00
| Bank Holiday
We offer a range of free and confidential sexual health services (and much more!) to young people in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough.
confidential pregnancy testing
chlamydia & gonorrhoea testing
No appointment is necessary – if you’re 25 or under, just pop in whenever we’re open - see here our for times and locations, or you can give us a call or drop us an email or text or whatsapp - just click here to see the ways to get in touch. Sex and relationships can be hard to talk about sometimes. At Centre 33 we’re used to talking to people about all sorts of things – we’re not embarrassed by them, which hopefully makes it easier for you to talk to us. If you’re worried about what contraception to use, whether you’re ready to have sex or anything else that might be tricky or embarrassing to talk to some other people about, we’re here to listen and to help.
C-Card is a scheme for young people to access free condoms and lube to improve sexual health. When used correctly during sex, condoms are the only type of protection that help prevent both sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and pregnancy.
It’s easy to get free condoms and lube packs through the C-Card scheme if you’re aged between 13 and 24.
You can join the scheme to get a C-Card from many youth organisations - such as Centre 33, pharmacies and GP surgeries - click here to search, then simply use your C-Card to collect more condoms and lube packs when you run out.
Dhiverse are based in Cambridge providing free advice, information, and support on any general sexual health issue.
Click here for the information they have produced about general sexual health.
They offer a range of services such as counselling for anyone, including young people age 11 and above, where issues around e.g. sexual health, HIV, sexuality, sexual identity, sexual relationships, sexual trauma, inappropriate or risky behaviours is affecting their mental health and wellbeing. Click here for more details about their counselling and emotional support service.
Dhiverse offer a range of non-mainstream relationships and sex education (RSE) programmes that can be delivered in a non-educational setting, ‘SLIP’ is one of these programmes. SLIP stands for ‘Sex, the Law, and the Internet & Pornography' SLIP and is an alternative and age appropriate relationships and sex education programme.
SLIP is suitable for any young person age 9 to 24 who, for whatever reason, did not engage, or is currently finding it difficult to engage, in Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) or Relationships Education (RE) in school. Click here to see their leaflet to find out more about SLIP. If you are interested in referring yourself you can contact contact any of the Dhiverse team on 01223 508805 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or please see their guidance for making a referral here.
Dhiverse's 'ABC Programme' is an alternative, age appropriate and ability appropriate programme for anyone age 11 and older (there is no upper age limit for this programme), who has a learning difficulty (LD) or autism. For more information on the ‘ABC Programme’ please click The ABC Programme for an easy read version. And click here to find out more about what they offer.
offers advice, guides and information on sexual health, contraception, pregnancy and relationships to young people under 25 across the UK. Click their logo or here to find out more about having a healthy sex life.
Cornerstone Pregnancy Advice Centre - (Self-Refer and Professional Referrals) - Our vision is to reach every woman in Cambridgeshire facing an unplanned pregnancy so that we can offer her time, space and non-directive information in order that they can make a fully informed choice and to offer her on-going support, whatever decision they make. You may be facing an unplanned pregnancy and feeling worried and anxious about what to do. Or you may have had an abortion and you’re now experiencing emotional pain and finding it difficult to understand why you feel the way you do. Help is available from people who genuinely care.