When it comes to sexual health, it’s really important to know where you can go for professional, confidential advice and support.

Safe Sex Berkshire is a one-stop-shop for advice covering a wide range of issues relating to sexual health and relationships, including information on what local services are available to you and how you can access them.

The site covers a huge range of topics, including:

  • general advice surrounding sex and relationships, including gender identity and consent
  • information on types of contraception available, including emergency contraception
  • local and home STI testing, including information about treatment for STIs
  • pregnancy testing and options to think about if you are pregnant

Click through, take a look, and bookmark the page!

Safe Sex Berkshire also provides advice and information regarding what support is available in cases of sexual assault, as well as what you can do if you are worried about a friend.

If you are feeling worried or anxious about something and would like to speak to someone, the Student Welfare Team are here to help. The team offers a drop-in service in the Carrington building, available Monday – Friday, 10:00 – 16:00, where you can come along and speak to someone in person. Alternatively, you can send them an email at studentwelfare@reading.ac.uk and ask to arrange an appointment with a member of the team.