To provide a variety of self help based support for young people & women over the age of 16yrs who are survivors of sexual abuse. To promote public education and awareness of long term effects of sexual abuse.
Survivors Helping Each other (SHE) provides the following support services:
Provides services for females only
Survivors Helping Each other (SHE) provides the above services to women who suffered any of the following types of abuse in childhood:
To provide a variety of self help based support for young people & women over the age of 16yrs who are survivors of sexual abuse. To promote public education and awareness of long term effects of sexual abuse. We offer mutual support, drop in and crisis support, befriending, mentoring, creative therapy, personal development skills, volunteering, skills and literacy.
Weekly drop in and crisis support - first call for details in your area.
The service offers appoitments and walk in clinics - all in the strictest confidence
TriHealth offers a confidential, non-judgemental service that is freely accessible to people of all ages.
The service is provided by Doncaster and Bassetlaw Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust working in partnership with Nottinghamshire County Council. Within this service, we wish to provide personalised care in a friendly atmosphere, fully meeting the sexual health needs of each individual person.
What happens at our clinics?
We offer at all our clinics:
Testing and treatment for sexual infections and genital problems
All forms of contraception including emergency contraception
HIV, Hepatitis B, and Hepatitis C screening and Hepatitis B vaccination
Care and support for people living with HIV
Advice, support, and information about all sexual health concerns
Referral for psychosexual counselling.
Information you discuss with us is strictly confidential. Your records are kept in the Sexual Health Department and your information would not normally be shared with any other hospital department or your GP without your knowledge.
We will not give your test results to anyone else without your permission. On the rare occasion that we do need to give information to a third party, we will always aim to tell you. The only reason we would do this is if we felt you or someone else were at risk of serious harm.
How long will you be in the clinic?
When you drop into the walk in clinic it may already be full to capacity which unfortunately means we may not be able to see you that day. You will be offered an appointment to attend another day. Any urgent cases will be assessed daily through a nurse triage system.
We do not fit or remove implants or coils in walk in clinics
If you have come to a ‘walk-in’ session, they can be very busy and you may be here for up to 2-3 hours. If you have come for an appointment, we aim to see you within half an hour of your given time. Seeing the doctor/nurse, having tests taken, and getting your results and treatment can take up to one hour.
Free service for females of all ages 12 years and above Pharmacists offer a user-friendly, non-judgmental, client-centred and confidential service. Where the client is under 16 the Pharmacist will assess the client as to whether she is Fraser Competent to consent to treatment using Fraser Competency guidelines Provides appropriate support and advice to the client on emergency hormonal contraception, regular contraception, sexually transmitted infections and as appropriate consult/refer/signpost to their medical practitioner or Integrated Sexual Health Service (SHS) or out of hours