Monkeypox cases are in gay, bisexual & other MSM. UK Health Security Agency is advising these groups to be alert to any unusual rashes or lesions on any part of their body, especially their genitalia. If you have any concerns please contact your nearest clinic by phone. DO NOT come to clinic. For more information visit: Welcome to GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)

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Clinics and Locations

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Contact Us

To book an appointment please contact us on:

Kirklees
030 3330 9981

Our phone lines in Kirklees are open Monday to Thursday 8:00-18:00, Friday 08:00-15:30 and Saturday 09:30-11:30 (excluding bank holidays). 

Bradford
030 3330 9500

Our phone lines in Bradford are open Monday to Thursday 8:00-17:00, Friday 08:00-16:15 and Saturday 09:30-11:30 (excluding bank holidays). 

Tameside 
0161 342 7101
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Stockport 
0161 549 6111
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Our phone lines in Stockport are open Monday to Friday 8:30-16:30 (excluding bank holidays).

You can contact the Sexual Health Outreach and Prevention Team on:

Bradford
030 3330 9497

Kirklees
033 3043 6219

This service operates a 24 hour voicemail service. 

Please visit our 'Professionals' page here to contact the Outreach Service in Stockport and Tameside.

Have a query? Why not have a look at our FAQs page to see if it answers your question?

FAQs

STI Online testing

Bradford and Kirklees 

SH:24 offer a free and discreet STI (sexually transmitted infections) testing service for Bradford and Kirklees residents over the age of 16. Visit the SH24 website to see if you're eligible to order a free home testing kit.

Alternatively, you can collect a free STI testing kit if you live in the Bradford area from Howard House, Bradford

Please note: the numbers of test kits available daily is limited.

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Stockport and Tameside 

SH:24 offer a free and discreet STI (sexually transmitted infections) testing service for Stockport and Tameside residents over the age of 25. Visit the SH24 website to see if you're eligible to order a free home testing kit.

Visit SH24

Please note: the numbers of test kits available daily is limited.

Brook offer a free and discreet STI (sexually transmitted infections) testing service for Stockport and Tameside residents between the ages 16 and 24. Visit the Brook website to see if you're eligible to order a free home testing kit.

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Have you been sexually assaulted?

Sexual assault can happen to men or women of any age. You could have been attacked by a male or female, a stranger or someone you know, and a sexual assault can take place anywhere, including in your home or workplace. If you've been sexually assaulted there are services that can help you. 

Here are a few websites for support:

Bradford and Kirklees

The Hazelhurst Centre

Kirklees & Calderdale Rape & Sexual Abuse Centre

Pennine Domestic Abuse Partnership

Survivors UK (male rape/sexual abuse)

Stockport and Tameside 

St Mary's Sexual Assault Referral Centre

Manchester Rape Crisis

Survivors Manchester

Victim Support

What to expect

Find out what you can expect when you visit one of our sexual health clinics.

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Useful Links

Links to website on a wide range of sexual health concerns.

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Advice & Information

Articles, leaflets and other information on a wide range of sexual health concerns.

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Your local Sexual Health service

Kirklees

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Bradford

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Stockport

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Tameside

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What Our Patients Say

Patients are regularly asked about their experience. Locala respects the privacy of our patients and their carers and is committed to listening to a diverse population. Therefore our surveys are anonymous and include equality and diversity questions for monitoring purposes only. 

Get Involved with

We’re committed to our patients and the wider community being at the heart of all that we do. We want to hear what our patients and communities are saying, and involve you in how our  services are delivered. There are lots of ways to get involved including:

Becoming a community member

Be better informed about Locala and our services, nominate yourself to be part of the Locala Members’ Council and take part in engagement activity.

Volunteering to work directly with our services

You can use your skills and experiences to support our services and benefit our patients.

Being a youth network member

For 11 to 19 year olds, we have a youth network with young people invited to consider the health, wellbeing and community issues that affect them.