Integrated Sexual Health Services for Young People (13-21 years) in Warwickshire

Closed 31 Oct 2021

Opened 1 Oct 2021


An Integrated Sexual Health service (ISH) aims to improve sexual and reproductive (contraception) health through a free, open access service, which is confidential and non-judgmental. Services include the testing and treatment of Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI), including HIV and a full range of contraception options. Warwickshire County Council (WCC) currently commissions an ISH service, with the current contract for this service expiring in 2023. The intention of Warwickshire County Council is to tender for a new countywide prevention focused open access ISH service. The main driver of the new service will be to encourage people to achieve and maintain positive health and wellbeing by making and adopting safe and healthy lifestyle choices in relation to their sexual and reproductive health.

Why your views matter

To enable WCC to understand the needs of the residents of Warwickshire in relation to sexual and reproductive (contraception) health we would appreciate it if you could complete the following questionnaire. 

How to take part

What happens next

This survey has now closed. Thank you to everyone who shared their views with us. Following analysis updates will be available on this webpage.


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