Links

Below are some useful links to other websites and resources

Sexuality and Sexual health

Sex etc
A US based sexual health, blood-borne virus and relationships website for young people.

Play safe
A website by NSW health which has everything you need to know about safe sex, condoms and STIs.

Sexual Health Quarters

SHQ Offers confidential, low-cost clinical and counselling appointments around issues such as testing and treatment of STIs, contraception information and supply, unplanned pregnancy information and referral, and pap smears. A free and confidential helpline is also available.

The WA AIDS Council
Provides a wide range of services in the prevention of HIV, sexually transmitted infections and blood borne viruses

Freedom Centre
Supporting young people (under 26) and their communities to be informed, happy and healthy about their sexuality and gender.

couldihaveit
A WA Department of Health website about chlamydia, gonorrhea and blood-borne viruses. The site includes a free online chlamydia testing program.

Sexual Assault Resource Centre
Information for young people about sexual assault and sexual abuse.

Be Safe Stay Well

A series of four videos on sexual health for international students.                                                                                                                                                                                           

Blood-borne viruses (BBVs)

Hepatitis WA

Alcohol and other drugs

The WA Drug and Alcohol office
Information for young people about drugs and where to get help.

WA Substance Users Association
Information and support related to the use of illicit drugs.

Online Safety

esafety
A website to help young people have safe and positive experiences online.

Cybersavvy
A website which provides online safety information.

 

Mental health

Headspace
An Australian website for young people about mental health.

Beyond blue
An Australian website for young people about mental health.

Kids help line
A service available for children and young people aged between 5 and 25 years.

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