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In response to COVID-19, we have made changes to our services. 

From Monday 23 March 2020, there is no walk in service at Unity Central Health Clinic or WISH Centre and some of our Community Clinics are closing.   

Changes may occur at short notice.  Click HERE for up to date service information.  

During this time, please do not leave feedback on the website.

Domestic violence and abuse

What can I do if I have been affected by domestic violence and abuse?

Domestic violence and abuse is not acceptable. It will be taken seriously if it is reported to the police or other agencies or in the course of a medical consultation.

Important: If you feel in immediate danger, dial 999 straight away and wait in a safe place for the police to arrive.

There are many organisations that can help. They can help with a range of issues from crisis intervention, advocacy, housing, to safety planning.  See the links below.

If you know someone who is affected by domestic violence or abuse, you can report this anonymously to Crimestoppers. See the link below.

Useful Links for help

Locate a confidential service

Find your local Pharmacy or Clinic and book a confidential appointment.


Order a testing kit

Worried about STIs or other sexual health problems? You can request a confidential free home testing kit.

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