Sex and relationships - guidance for young people

How to get information and advice on STIs, contraception, pregnancy and more.


If you need any information on relationships or sexual health, please visit the Central London Community Healthcare website.

It provides information on:

  • Pregnancy
  • Contraception
  • Sexually transmitted diseases
  • Sexual orientation (lesbian, gay and transgender)
  • Abuse
  • Drugs and alcohol
  • Local services

If you think you or your partner might be pregnant the first thing is to find out for sure by taking a pregnancy test. You can get a FREE test and confidential advice at any family planning clinic, your GP or GUM clinics in Wandsworth. To find information on local clinics, visit the Central London Community Healthcare website or call 033 3300 2100 and press option six. Alternatively, you can buy a test from a pharmacy or supermarket.

It is recommended that you talk to a professional so that you can discuss the options that are open to you. Anything you talk about will be kept confidential. No one else will be told you are pregnant without it being discussed with you first.

The above clinics can also provide you with FREE emergency contraception.

If you are being abused then please see our abuse section for guidance. 

If you need further information or advice you can find more sites in our links section

GUM clinics for 18s and under

Screening for STI's, free contraception, free pregnancy testing and someone to talk to about any aspect of sexual health and relationships.

  • The Point Battersea at Stormont Road Health Centre - 020 7441 0700
  • The Point Tooting at Courtyard Clinic, St George's Hospital - 020 8725 3342
  • Rush at Roehampton Clinic, Queen Mary's Hospital - 020 8487 6861/6862

If you need to speak to someone in Sexual Health Services, please call 033 3300 2100 and press option six.