Providing a service that puts people at the centre of improving their sexual health we will be supporting all residents in an effort to reduce the transmission of STIs and HIV with specific interest in working with:
- Residents living with HIV
- Female sexual health needs
- Residents wanting to change behaviours that impact on their sexual health
- Reaching out to residents who are newly diagnosed with HIV
- Individuals with SH related issues such as sex workers
- Those affected by domestic abuse and vulnerability
- YP- 15 upwards
- Women and young girls
The services we will be providing will include:
- One to one and group psycho-social support
- ETE advice and support
- Community engagement
- Service user forums
- Complimentary therapies
- Structured counselling
- Peer mentoring and volunteering schemes
- Sign posting in to community based or culturally focused services
- Crossover with mental health and substance misuse support services
- Creative therapies
The new service will be delivered from four main hubs:
- 209a Harrow Road, Westminster, London, W2 5EH
- Earls Court Health Centre, 2b Hogarth Road, London, SW5 0PT
- 31 Wardour St, London, W1D 6PT
- 30 Blacks Rd, Hammersmith, London, W6 9DT
Drop-ins will also run from a range of different venues across the three boroughs. People using the service will receive tailored support with options including peer support, group work, support for family and carers and complementary therapies. The new service will have close links with HIV treatment services and offer additional education and employment support. A key priority is to reach people who are not currently using the service.
This website is currently under construction and in time will include advice and information about wellbeing and sexual health choices including where to get testing and treatment. We will also have a range of online self-help tools to help with issues such as managing anxiety, mindfulness, diet/nutrition, resilience, personal confidence and sleep deprivation.
If you have any concerns, questions or would like to get involved please get in touch:
Tel: 020 7851 2955
We will be providing one to one support advice and information, assessments and referral to sexual health testing.
31 Wardour St
Tel: 020 7 851 2955
31 Wardour St is highly accessible situated in London’s busy Soho area.
SASH provides drop-in sessions 9.30am-12.30pm Fridays, booked assessments and one to ones from our main Westminster hub. We are a 3 minute walk from 56 Dean St Sexual Health Clinic where we also have an in reach service Wednesdays 4-7.30pm providing psycho social support to residents accessing the clinic.
209a Harrow Road
SASH service will deliver drop-in session 9.30am-12.30pm Wednesdays, one to ones, groups and complimentary therapies from our North Westminster hub. SASH service users can access Jefferiss Sexual Health Clinic which is situated close by at St Mary’s hospital.
Kensington and Chelsea
SASH service will co-locate sexual health services within related health and social care contexts, at our Earls Court Health Centre, we endeavour to maximise opportunities for residents to address all their health needs together.
Earls Court Health Centre
2b Hogarth Road
Tel: 020 7 851 2955
SASH works in partnership with the John Hunter clinic at ECH&WC who provide an in-reach sexual health testing clinic for SASH clients Wednesdays 1-5pm
SASH also works in partnership with Turning Point’s health and wellbeing navigators and wellbeing coaches located in the centre, providing a holistic approach in improving sexual heath and wider health gains to residents.
SASH delivers groups, one to ones and a drop in service at ECH &WC. Please contact the SASH team 020 7 851 2955 for further details of how to access services and times.
Alongside NAZ’s existing service delivery to BAME communities, SASH will deliver a number of services including counselling, one to one support, advice and information and access NAZ’s rapid result HIV testing program.
30 Blacks Rd
Tel: 020 7 851 2955
SASH partners NAZ work with BAME communities within the three boroughs. SASH will co locate at this hub providing one to ones and assessments and providing service users access to an array of opportunities offered by NAZ including services for individuals diagnosed with HIV. SASH will work in partnership with 10 Hammersmith Broadway sexual health clinic.