Sexual conditions: Finding help
If you are looking for more information about sexual conditions, care and treatment, we can help. You don't have to do it alone. Use these resources to get more help, support and advice. This list offers a guide to sexual conditions charities, organisations and resources online.
Brook Advisory Centres
This charity is the only national voluntary sector provider of free and confidential sexual health advice and services, specifically for young people under 25.
Family Planning Association (FPA)
FPA helplines provide confidential information and advice on contraception, STIs, pregnancy choices, abortion and planning a pregnancy plus details of contraception, sexual health and GUM clinics and sexual assault referral centres.
The Sexual Advice Association
This charity aims to help sufferers of male and female sexual problems and to raise awareness of sexual conditions.
Herpes Viruses Association
A charity helping to improve life for people with herpes.
Terrence Higgins Trust
This leading HIV/AIDS charity offers support and information in print, online and by phone, help with access to testing and post exposure treatment, advice about benefits, employment, legal and other issues, treatment advice, contact with support groups and counselling.
British Association for Sexual Health and HIV (BASHH)
The British Association for Sexual Health and HIV is a professional organisation dealing with all aspects of sexual health care. It also offers safer sex advice and information on STIs.
Women’s Health Concern
Women’s Health Concern provides an independent service, backed by medical professionals, to advise, reassure and educate women about their gynaecological and sexual health concerns, to enable women to work in partnership with their own medical practitioners. It offers unbiased information – by email, in print, online and through conferences & seminars.
The gay men's health charity. Its mission is to improve gay men's lives by increasing the control they have over their own health. GMFA produces websites, a magazine, booklets, postcards, magazine adverts, workshops and other campaigns targeted at specific groups of gay men with a higher HIV prevention need than the general population of gay men.
National AIDS Trust
This charity campaigns for effective HIV prevention to help halt the spread of HIV, early diagnosis, access to treatment, care and support for people living with HIV and to remove HIV-related stigma and discrimination.
This charity provides support for people living with HIV.
Body and Soul
This charity supports children, teenagers and families living with or affected by HIV.
AVERT is a UK based international HIV/AIDS charity which works to avert HIV and AIDS worldwide. As well as international advice, it offers UK specific information.
This charity refers to itself as “a treatment activist group”, committed to providing timely HIV treatment information both to HIV positive people and to health care professionals.