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Cornerhouse 'Network' - 1 Ferensway, Hull City Centre, HU2 8NW.

Cornerhouse workers provide free confidential sexual health information, condoms and lubricants to young people up to 25. You can call into the drop-in and get a free pregnancy test and/or chlamydia screening. These are available with no appointment.

Workers deliver training sessions to various groups. These focus on sexual health matters, sexually transmitted infections (STIs), contraception, relationships, where services are, what's available and the rights of young people.

What's available?

  • Chlamydia screening
  • Pregnancy testing
  • Support and information around issues of sexual health, inclusive of STIs and HIV
  • Condom demonstrations
  • Sexual health delivery to schools, colleges and youth clubs (on our premises)
  • Peer-ed groups delivering sexual health, advice and education to their peers (Peer-ed drop in on Saturday afternoon)
  • Referrals to appropriate agencies i.e. teenage pregnancy
  • Information regarding emergency contraception and family planning. Cornerhouse will support young people in completing triage forms and accompanying them to FPC and GUM within Conifer House if required.
  • Aidsline
  • Working Women's drop-in Mondays 10.00am - 12.00pm
  • One to One support counselling for newly diagnosed/ongoing HIV clients
  • Positive Changes: MSM (Men who have Sex with Men) drop in, every Thursday 6pm-8pm


Opening times:

Monday - Friday 10am - 6pm
Saturday 12pm - 4.30pm

Call or drop in during opening times. Tel. 01482 336322

Additional young people's drop-ins are available at Longhill Link Up Trust, Hull College, Newland Youth Centre and other venues around the city. Street based outreach is available Wednesday, Thursday, Friday evenings in Hull and the East Riding. Further further information please contact Cornerhouse on tel. 01482 327044.

Drop-Ins

Trans Youth drop-in

Every Sunday afternoon 1pm - 3pm

Your Gender Identity

No matter how you identify, transyouth is open to all young trans people aged between 14 & 18 at the Wilberforce Health Centre.

Whether you're brand new to identifying as trans, still questioning your identify, or if you consider yourself to be post-transition or as having a trans history. We strive to be fully inclusive of individuals who identify as non-binary/other, as well as male or female.

At the drop in you may:

  • Meet other young transgender, transexual or gender questioning people, socialise, make friends and get some peer support.
  • Find out information about coming out/disclosing, transitioning, your rights as a trans teenager or young adult, how to negotiate life post transition and more.


For more information:

Email: tyoughhull@gmail.com
Tel: Helen 07446 067956
Tel: Felix 07832 763796

Boys and Young Men

For young men's drop-ins contact Rob for time and place.
Tel: 01482 327044
Address: Cornerhouse, 29 Percy Street, Hull, HU2 8HL

Based at Cornerhouse, the aim of the project is two-fold: Prevention and Support.

The prevention side of the work is looking at males taking more responsibility for their sexual health and reducing the number of teenage pregnancies through the promotion of condom usage and other safer sex practises. It also hopes to reduce the number of males contracting STIs and other health risks such as testicular cancer.

The support side is done through one to one work. Support is offered on a range of issues including sexuality, gender, fatherhood/abortion issues, STIs, delaying first sexual experiences etc.

All support work is free and confidential.

"I offer workshops on issues such as condom usage, STIs, testicular cancer, pornography, pregnancy/abortion, the menstrual cycle, what makes a man and self esteem/feelings.

I am looking to recruit volunteers who will become positive role models for Boys and Young Men. All training is free with opportunities for personal development."

For more information or to book workshops contact: Rob on tel. 01482 327044 or email bym@wearecornerhouse.org

Locations offering this service
1 Ferensway, Hull City Centre, Hull, HU2 8NW
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