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Sexual Health Services in New South Wales

Publicly funded sexual health services are available across New South Wales and provide a range of medical, counselling and health promotion services to those most at risk of HIV/AIDSand sexually transmissible infections and also includes information and support on pregnancy, safe-sex, making healthy choices, condoms, Post Exposure Prophylaxis, emergency contraception, sexual assault, sexual health check-ups and safe injecting

Sexual Health Services in Queensland

Services available: Sexual Health testing and treatment; HIV Rapid Testing, Condoms, lube and dams provided, Sexual and reproductive health including Pap Smears; Hepatitis B vaccinations for at risk clients; Emergency contraception; Pregnancy testing and referral; Community Education and Health promotion; Professional In-Services; Hep C testing, counselling and referral; HIV management and share care option; Needle and syringe program available; Screening for sex industry workers; Post Exposure Prophylaxis; Transgender care; Sexuality issues.

Sexual Health Services in South Australia

Clinic 275: offers free and confidential testing, diagnosis and treatment of sexually transmitted infections (including HIV/AIDS). Clinic staff adopt a non-judgemental approach and are comfortable discussing details of your sex life or drug use.
SHine S.A.: works in partnership with government, health, education and community agencies and communities to improve the sexual health and wellbeing of South Australians. Their clinical team include both doctors and registered nurses/midwives who provide high quality services including: contraception services (including Emergency Contraception), pregnancy testing, counselling and referral, information on safer sex and sexuality issues, S.T.I. testing, management and referral and women's and men's sexual health issues.

Sexual Health Services in Tasmania

Sexual Health Service Tasmania is a state-wide service with offices in Hobart, Launceston, Burnie and Devonport. The service is staffed by doctors, nurses, counsellors, educators and administrative officers. Clinical services - assessment, diagnosis, treatment and management of sexually transmissible infections, sexual function and conditions impacting upon sexuality. Counselling - counsellors are trained to discuss issues relating to sexual health and wellbeing. Education - sexual health staff participate in community awareness campaigns and run education programmes. Their services relate to: sexual health checks; S.T.I.s diagnosis and treatment; HIV care; viral hepatitis diagnosis; management of vulval discomfort and pain; genital dermatology; sexual response and desire; sexual activities and safety; sex worker issues; sexual orientation; and gender identity.

Sexual Health Services in the Australian Capital Territory

Canberra Sexual Health Centre is a free service and Canberra's leading clinic for the testing and treatment of sexually transmissible infections. As a specialist clinic, Canberra Sexual Health Clinic provides confidential and high quality professional and non-judgemental care, giving you access to the latest information, advice and treatments. Services include the 'M Clinic', a free walk-in clinic offering S.T.I. checks for men who have sex with men at a more convenient time, Post-Exposure Prophylaxis medications.

Sexual Health Services in the Northern Territory

Clinic 34 is a specialist sexual health service that provides testing and treatment for sexually transmitted infections, HIV/AIDS and hepatitis C. All Services are free and confidential and do not require a Medicare Card. Services at the Clinic include testing and treatment for sexually transmitted infections including HIV and hepatitis C, HIV post exposure prophylaxis (emergencyHIV prevention medication), condoms and the emergency contraceptive pill (morning after pill), referral service for General Practitioners and other primary health carers, needle and syringe program. Clinics in Darwin, Palmerston, Alice Springs, Katherine, Tennant Creek and Nhulunbuy.

Sexual Health Services in Victoria

Melbourne Sexual Health Centre is Victoria's leading clinic for the testing and treatment of sexually transmissible infections. The doctors and nurses at Melbourne Sexual Health Centre are experienced specialists in all aspects of sexual health, so visiting clients can be assured of high quality professional and non-judgmental care. Melbourne Sexual Health Centre also provides support to community based health professionals via online resources and on-site education and training opportunities. For sexual health services in rural and regional areas of Victoria, select 'Services in Your Area' from their website's main menu.

Sexual Health Services in Western Australia

The Western Australian Department of Health's Sexual Health and Blood-borne Virus Program directs and coordinates the prevention and control of HIV/AIDS, sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and blood-borne viruses (BBVs) in Western Australia. Their aims are to reduce the incidence and transmission of S.T.I.s, HIV, hepatitis C and other B.B.V.s, minimise the personal and social impact of S.T.I.s, HIV, hepatitis C and other B.B.V.s.

South Australian Transsexual Support

A support group for people who have changed, or are in the process of permanently changing, their gender and are seeing a psychiatrist and other medical professional.

  • P.O. Box 907, Kent Town S.A. 5071

Stop Trans Pathologization

Susan's Place

Sydney Men's Network

Sydney Men's Network is a men's peer support network that welcomes transmen. The purpose of the network is the development of men's liberation, the network has also organised marches, gatherings, seminars, conferences, men's groups and workshops, networks with other groups. The network it trains men in counselling, runs public awareness campaigns and publicly supports discussion of men's issues, gives background information on males to journalists, television producers, writers, health workers and other professional working with males or issues of males. The active members of the Sydney Men's Networkbuild their own men's groups. At the middle of the network is a group of men developing peer counselling for men.

  • (02) 9879 4979
  • P.O. Box 2064 Boronia Park N.S.W. 2011