At the Sexual Health Centre we offer a wide range of professional services, tailored to each individual.
All our services are non-biased, inclusive and confidential.
We deliver regular professional sexual health and wellbeing workshops to individuals and groups, including businesses, schools, universities, homeless shelters, provision and migrant centres, non-mainstream schools and more.
Get in touch to schedule a workshop >>
We offer specialised training programmes to professionals, including teachers, youth workers, counsellors and other parties concerned with delivering appropriate and non-biased sexual health education. We work closely with a number of schools and universities, including UCC and CIT.
We offer access to an STI clinic, operating out-of-hours at our Centre every Wednesday from 5 p.m. until 8 p.m.
The STI screening detects HIV, Hepatitis B and C, Syphilis, Gonorrhea, and Chlamydia. Learn more about STIs here >>
The standard charge is €70 per STI screen. Appointment is required. Please call 021 427 58 37.
The Sexual Health Centre supports women experiencing a crisis pregnancy. Our non-directive service provides practical information and support on all your options: parenting, adoption or abortion. We also offer professional and free post-termination counselling, regardless of the date of termination.
We offer services of a dedicated Sexual Health Advisor providing support to people from LGBTQIA+ community to ensure they feel included, accepted and valued.
We offer free on-site and off-site HIV testing with results available in one minute. The test involves a simple finger prick. To book your appointment contact us on 021 4276676 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Sexual Health Centre provides a range of support for people living with HIV, their partners, family and friends. These include regular support groups, free one-on-one counselling and mentoring.
Our trained counsellors and outreach workers run regular sexual health workshops and offer 1:1 support to people with intellectual disabilities.
Get in touch with Phil Corcoran on email@example.com to learn more.
We provide support and workshops for a variety of groups, including teenagers from non-mainstream schools, people struggling with substance misuse and abuse, homeless parents and young people, migrants, and the travelling community.
See some of the workshops we’ve organised here.
Get in touch with our outreach worker Susan Walsh on firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The Sexual Health Centre is committed to providing support, testing and information services to women, men and trans* people working within the sex industry. All of the services we provide are completely confidential.
You can always drop by our centre and pick up free condoms and lubricant. You can also avail of a free pregnancy test conducted by a member of our staff.
We offer a helpline service from Monday to Friday, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. The helpline responds to any query relating to your sexual health. A trained member of our staff will answer your questions, provide your with recommendations and offer referrals where necessary.
Call us on 021 427 6676.