It is important to look after your sexual health because it is an issue that can affect your mental health and wellbeing, your physical health and also your relationships with other people.
The Trust provides a range of sexual health services for men, women and young people at a variety of locations across the Trust. These services include:
- The GUM (Genito Urinary Medicine) Service – a confidential service which offers testing and treatment for all sexually transmitted infections (STIs).
- The CASH (Contraception and Sexual Health) Service – which would have been called Family Planning in the past.
- The Health Hub– which provides drop-in clinics for young people under the age of 25, that are housed in FE Colleges across the Trust but are open to all young people.
Genito Urinary Medicine
John Mitchel Place, Newry – Monday afternoon and Wednesday morning
Portadown Health Centre – Tuesday and Thursday
Ramone Outpatients, Craigavon Area Hospital – Friday morning