Right Choice Connect Hackney

A confidential sexual health service for people with learning disabilities

Logo for the Right Choice Connect Hackney sexual health service for people with learning disabilities

This service offers:

  • Information and advice about having safe sex
  • Testing and treatment for STIs (sexually transmitted infections)
  • HIV testing, advice and counselling
  • Free condoms and full contraception services
  • Relationships advice and information

 

Who can attend?

People of all ages with learning difficulties can attend.

People are welcome to come by themselves, or can bring someone with them for support if they prefer.

Parents, carers and professionals can also book appointments for themselves for advice and support.

 

Where is Connect held?

Right Choice Connect is held at the Ivy Centre

Photograph of the Ivy Centre sexual health clinic in Hoxton

Come Correct Free Condoms Scheme for people under 25

The ComeCorrect scheme gives free condoms to people aged under 25

Listen to a podcast about the scheme here:

If you are 16 or over and live in Hackney, you can click here to register online and collect condoms from a local pharmacy.

If you are aged 13-15, you can visit a pharmacy and register face to face. Find your nearest pharmacy here.

Free Condom Project for people aged 25 and over

The Free Condom Project provides free condoms to people aged 25 and over

You can register and collect condoms at participating pharmacies - click here to find your nearest outlet.