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SHQ offers confidential and affordable sexual health services.

When accessing our services, Medicare card holders will have minimal out of pocket expense.
People aged under 25 and anyone with a Government concession or health care card, will have no out of pocket expense.
For more information about our clinic pricing.
For more information about our counselling pricing.

Our experienced counsellors can talk through the following issues in a safe and non-judgemental way:

  • Unintended pregnancy options
  • Safer sex, STIs and BBVs
  • Past sexual assault / abuse
  • Sexual difficulties and concerns
  • Diverse sexuality and gender
  • Sex and respectful relationships

A booking is required to see a counsellor. Phone counselling is also available by appointment.

Our friendly team of doctors and nurses have a high level of training in the area of sexual health.
Come and see us about:

  • Unintended pregnancy information and referral
  • Contraception, including implants and intrauterine devices
  • Sexually transmissible infections (STIs)
  • Cervical screening
  • Emergency contraception

Most appointments need a booking, but we also offer some drop-in and same day services.
Please let our staff know ahead of time if you need an interpreter.

Our nurses are available to confidentially answer your questions about:

  • Contraception
  • STIs
  • Unintended pregnancy
  • Cervical screening

People 1st Programme (PIP) supports people with an intellectual disability in relationships, protective education and sexuality, along with parents, carers and service providers.

Magenta offers outreach and in-house support, health services, education and information to workers in the sex industry.

SHQ supports professionals to develop their knowledge and skills around sexual and reproductive health issues.

Education and training

  • Accredited certificate courses for doctors and nurses
  • Specialised courses for other professionals and community organisations, e.g. those working with young people or Aboriginal people, or in education or counselling

Community education and support

  • Interactive education sessions or programs tailored to meet the needs of your group. Topics include consent, respectful relationships, contraception, STIs and other contemporary issues affecting young people
  • Group visits to SHQ

Resources

  • Information sheets and brochures are available in hard copy or online
  • Contraceptive kits, reproductive boards, contraceptive flipcharts and more, are available for hire or purchase

 

Information last updated August 2019

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