"A couple of Chlasp ladies visiting"

About: Kirklees Sexual Health / Kirklees Sexual Health Outreach

(as the patient),

Dawn and Sue came to my place of study today (the Wheelright centre) Kirklees college.

This was really useful, they give good information about contraception. Unfortunately my sister didn't have anything like this, she was on the pill because she didn't want a child but she took antibiotics which blocks the pill out and she wasn't smart enough to use a condom and fell pregnant.

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Response from Michelle Briggs, Specialist Sexual Health Trainer, Sexual Health Outreach Team, Locala Community Partnerships

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Thank you so much Jaloppy for sharing your story with us and taking the time to give us some feedback at Chlasp.

Our teamof Outreach workers work really hard to make sure that young people have access to information and support about sexual health in places that are handy for them and it seems like this really worked for you.

If you or any of your friends and family need information about Locala sexual health services or opening times, then check out this website http://www.locala.org.uk/your-healthcare/contraception-and-sexual-health or give us a ring at the Chlasp office on 01484 481030. We also have Chlasp health advisors available at drop-in clinics at Kirklees College sites throughout the week.

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