Sexual health services available for all

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The Leeds, Grenville and Lanark District Health Unit marked Sexual and Reproductive Health Awareness Week (SRH Week) from February 14 to 18. This year’s theme of Advocacy in Action is about trying to make changes. 

During the last two years, the Health Unit has created new ways to provide important sexual health services to our residents to reduce the risk of the spread of COVID-19 to staff and clients. For more information about our service accessibility during the pandemic, read this article: www.ruralontario.org/individual-stories/rural-sexual-health-service-in-the-time-of-covid. 

The Health Unit is working to transition back to providing many of the non-COVID-19 essential services; some clinic that have been closed will be starting to re-open.  For more information about times, dates and locations, visit: healthunit.org/clinics-classes/sexual-health-clinic.

The Health Unit’s Sexual Health Clinics offer non-judgemental and youth-friendly information and support. Services provided are strictly confidential. All ages, genders and sexual orientations are welcome. A list of services can be found here: https://healthunit.org/clinics-classes/sexual-health-clinic

For more information about Health Unit clinics, sexual health or reproductive health services, you can call 1-800-660-5853. You can also get important updates by following LGLHealthunit on Facebook and Twitter, as well as lglhealthunit.z on Instagram.

The Kemptville Clinic is at 2675 Concession Road, on Tuesdays 11:00am–4:30pm. Phone: 613-258-5941 for an appointment.

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