Sexual Health Help for people aged 19 and under

If you live in Reading, Wokingham or West Berkshire
Call the Florey Clinic  09.00 – 16.30 Mon to Fri on 0118 322 7202
(If you are under 18 and live in West Berkshire, e.g. Newbury, you can still use the walk-in clinic at West Berkshire Community Hospital on Mon and Thur 3-5 pm)

If you live in Bracknell-Forest, Slough or Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead
Call the Garden Clinic on 0300 365 7777 08.30 – 16.30 Mon to Fri
If you live in Bracknell-Forest some walk in services have reopened – see below.
The Speak Easy walk in clinic at Upton Hospital on Weds 4 -5.30 pm has now reopened. 

TEXT Service for confidential sexual health guidance

Under 19’s in Bracknell-Forest can text sexual health questions to 078600 200 30. This SMS service is anonymous and is provided by the Bracknell-Forest Youth Service.

Drop in Session Venues for Under 19’s in Bracknell-Forest
Drop in sessions (no appointment needed) offer confidential help and advice about sexual health including:

  • pregnancy testing
  • chlamydia testing
  • condom distribution
  • contraception
  • relationship advice 

Community Clinics

Tues    The Lodge has now moved to:
The Lodge@Braccan Walk, Braccan Walk, The Ring, Bracknell, RG12 1DR
14.30 – 16.30 
WedsThe Spot, Sandhurst Youth Centre,
Owlsmoor Road, Owlsmoor
15.00 – 16.00 

Young person’s clinic (>19 year olds)

Thurs   Skimped Hill Health Centre,
15.30 – 17.30

School Lunchtime Clinics

TuesEasthampstead Park 
ThursGarth Hill College CLOSED

Bracknell and Wokingham College

Tues Ground Floor Cafe11.30 – 12.30 

If you are over 16 and require an STI test you can order one to be sent to your home here.
The specialist Clinics’ provide a free confidential sexual health service across Berkshire. We won’t share any information that you give us with anyone outside the clinic without your permission unless we are worried about your safety.

For more information about sexual health and wellbeing for young people you can also visit the Brooke website.

If you are worried about relationships or your mental health wellbeing you can contact Kooth for free, safe and anonymous support online.

NSPCC Helpline for people who have experienced sexual abuse in education
The NSPCC have launched a dedicated helpline for children and young people who have experienced abuse at school and that need support and guidance. Report abuse in education. Call 0800 136 663