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SHQ Review September 13 2018

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Free appointments for under 18s

We are pleased to be offering free clinic appointments for all young people under 18 during September!

Appointments are available to discuss issues such as STI testing and treatment, contraception information and supply, and unplanned pregnancy. Please phone 9227 6177 to make an appointment, and bring your Medicare card if you have one.

Looking forward to seeing you!

SiREN toolkit update

SiREN has updated its Sexual Health and Blood-borne Virus Program Planning Toolkit! This resource guides you through planning, implementing and evaluating a sexual health and blood-borne virus project. It contains updated information, examples, links and templates that you can work through systematically to build a solid project plan which can be evaluated. It is supported by a series of videos.

Check it out at https://siren.org.au/resources/tools/shbbv-program-planning-toolkit/

New items in the SHQ Library! Email resources@shq.org.au to arrange a visit to the Library and Resource Centre.

Share the Dignity campaign update

Thank you so much to everyone who contributed sanitary products to our Share the Dignity campaign. We are so very grateful for your support.

We loved supporting this campaign so much, we have decided to keep the collection box indefinitely! So next time you are at the shops, please consider purchasing an extra packet of pads or tampons – ‘One box for me, one box for her’ – and placing them in the box in our foyer.

Consumer engagement group

Did you know SHQ has a consumer group on Facebook?

If you are based in WA and would like an opportunity to provide input into our services and resources, head on over to https://www.facebook.com/groups/434243627022850/?source_id=178921515474622

It’s also a great place to find out about cool stuff happening in sexual health, like our upcoming campaigns and projects – before anyone else does!

New video resources

The Line is a primary prevention behaviour change campaign for young people aged 12 to 20 years, and is supported by Our Watch.

Their new video series, ‘Asking for a Mate’, covers topics such as relationships, sexting, sexuality and more. Check it out at https://www.theline.org.au/


SHQ offers a range of professional services including testing and treatment of STIs, contraception information and supply, unplanned pregnancy, cervical screening, STI drop-in clinics and counselling.