Liskeard Family Planning Clinic
There are Contraceptive Clinics (sometimes called Family Planning Clinics) that operate across Cornwall and are run by Royal Cornwall Hospital staff.
They can help with advice, support or treatment. Their services are free, and available to anyone regardless of age, gender or sexual orientation.
TIC TAC is a teenage information and advice service commissioned by the KCCG and provided by Tamar Valley Health, based at Callington Community College. Students are seen for a wide range of health and well-being concerns, including advice on contraception and mental health issues.
Please read: TIC TAC Leaflet
Brook provides free and confidential sexual health and wellbeing services for nearly 250,000 young people UK-wide, each year.
Sexual Health Helpline
The National Sexual Health Helpline provided by Public Health England is open Monday to Friday, 9am-8pm.
Telephone: 0300 123 7123
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C-Card Condom Issuing Scheme for 13 to 24 Year olds
Condoms can help to reduce infection risks and prevent unplanned pregnancy. C Card is a free condom issuing scheme for anyone aged 13 to 24, no matter whether you’re having sex, thinking about having sex, or just curious about condoms.
A C-Card is a card similar to a membership card that allows you to get free condoms from participating venues such as pharmacies, youth clubs, sexual health clinics and schools. Once you have your C Card you will be able to collect free condoms for your own use from any of the participating venues. You will be able to use your C Card a maximum of 10 times. After this, you will need to renew your card.