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The Northern contraception sexual health & HIV Educational Outreach service

Integrated Contraception, Sexual Health and HIV Service

Clinical and Non Clinical Outreach Service


The Outreach team is a multi-disciplinary team, and we offer a range of clinical and non-clinical services for young people under the age of 25 years old, both male and female.

Sex and Relationship Education (SRE) should equip children and young people with the information, skills and values to have safe, fulfilling and enjoyable relationships, and to take responsibility for their sexual health and wellbeing. It should provide young people with quality information about sex and relationships, and support them to develop the skills, confidence and appropriate values framework to make positive choices. SRE can also be used to communicate the benefits of delaying early sexual intercourse, while ensuring that young people develop the skills and knowledge to prevent STI’s and unintended pregnancy when sexual activity does begin.  

It is widely accepted that the effective SRE increases the likelihood that young people will use contraception, enables them to mature, and gives them confidence, knowledge and skills to make informed healthy choices. High quality comprehensive sex and relationship education is essential to improve young people’s sexual and reproductive health.


Non-Clinical Education Services


Our experienced Education Outreach Worker will provide information, education and training around contraception and sexual health for young people and professionals working with young people. The team has a specific remit around young people who are seldom heard and those young people that are identified as vulnerable. For example, young people at risk of social exclusion or not in mainstream education or employment.


We offer comprehensive informal education session to single and mixed gender groups of young people, including 1: 1 and group work. All our sessions aim to be positive, inclusive to all and empowering. The delivery of SRE in informal settings allows opportunity for honest and open discussions and questions, ensuring key messages are delivered using a variety of resources and teaching methods.


These are interactive and fun! Covering a vast range of areas including; contraception,sexually transmitted infections, self-esteem and healthy relationships. All sessions are developed to meet the needs of the specific group being worked with.


Examples of work include:

  • Group work on specific subjects
  • Workshops on sexual health to update staff knowledge
  • One to one sessions with particularly vulnerable young people
  • Testing for Chlamydia/Gonorrhoea
  • Pregnancy testing
  • Events / Health stalls
  • Condom distribution 

Who to contact

07469 578 133
0161 749 1160

Where to go

Name of Venue
The Northern Contraception, Sexual Health & HIV Service - Trafford
Venue Address
Princess Road
M41 5SQ
Venue Notes

10 minutes from Trafford General Hospital

Manchester Piccadilly bus 256

Manchester Victoria 245 or 100

Who is it for?

25 and under
Supporting People With
Learning disability
Challenging Behaviour
Substance misuse
Eligibility Details

The service target groups are vulnerable young people, working in informal settings

Brook Manchester are commissioned to work in formal settings with young people



How to use this service

Referral Required?
Cost Information
Free service

How accessible is this service?

Further Details


Non Clinical Outreach Contraception & Sexual Health Referral form


For 1:1 referrals, please ensure young person is aware and also wishes to be seen


Name of referrer


Contact telephone number



Name of Young Person

Date of Birth

Contact telephone number

Address of where the YP will be seen (including post code)  




Reason for referral – Including any relevant background information






Brief description services requested (i.e. one to one/group work –including topics/areas desired)






Desired dates of session (please note that we will accommodate this wherever possible however it is not guaranteed)




Are there any safety issues or specific confidentiality concerns?




Date of referral ______________


Please send the referral to:-


Or contact the Non Clinical Outreach Team on 07469 578 133. (Please leave a voicemail and your contact details, so we can get back to you.  However, this may not be the same working day).


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Last updated date:
06 February 2019


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