Often when people talk about sexual health and consent it can be quite awkward, and skirt around the issues. We want to change that and put your sexual health into your own hands because you have a right to decide what happens to your body and what you do with it!
All we ask is that you make sure to always use protection. We have a wide selection of protection available to you in both the Falmouth and Penryn SU Offices (including kingsize and extra strong condoms, fem-doms, lube, and dams), so come some up for free!
We at SU will forever stand by the fact that everyone has a right to say ‘No’, and this should never be ignored. If you also believe there are #noblurredlines please email email@example.com for the campaign materials. You can also email your president if you wish to seek help or support. SU is here for you.
The Living Support team provide support and signposting for students; dealing with welfare and behaviour issues.
Book an appointment by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, call 01326 370460 or make an appointment in person at The Compass helpdesk
The Wellbeing team promote better mental health across the student community and will support you if you are experiencing anxiety, stress and have other mental health problems which are affecting your studies.
Email StudentServices@fxplus.ac.uk or book an appointment at The Compass helpdesk.
Student Services provide a range of support, information and specialist services, and are here to support you throughout your studies.
A good starting point if you don’t know which service you need, is The Compass – student information desk, who can advise and signpost you to the right service.
There is a Hub in Truro and other clinics across Cornwall who provide free and confidential advice and support about contraception and pregnancy.
They can help with emergency contraception and discuss your options with you if you find out you are pregnant.
If you need advice, support or treatment for anything to do with sexual health, there are clinics who can help. Their services are free and available to anyone, regardless of age, gender or sexual orientation.
Find out where you local Sexual Health & Contraception clinic is on their website.
Check out these helpful links from the NHS including information about the 'NHS Low Income Scheme', eye care entitlements, and help with prescription and travel costs.
The Hub has a dedicated HIV team led by consultants and supported by specialist HIV nurses. They look after people from all ages, backgrounds and genders and explain everything.
You can give them a call on 01872 255044 or email Rchemail@example.com
You can do a Chlamydia test yourself, men pee in a pot and women take a swab. If your result is positive, treatment is free and easy to access. You can order a free test online.
For further advice or information about Chlamydia Screening please call 01872 258481
Not sure who to contact? Ask NED!
NED (Non-Emergency Directory) is a service that combines the questions that members of the public have asked with contact details of those that can help.
Students can see a doctor at the Penryn Campus, or if you live in Falmouth, you can register at a nearby surgery.
Find out opening times and a list of surgeries on the webpage.
Tell Me is an email service that acts not only as advice and support for students but also a third party reporting centre for hate crimes.
This is a service designed around you, the students. So please, Tell Me.
The Willow Centre is a Sexual Assault Referral Centre (SARC) in Truro. They support male and female victims of all forms of sexual assault and violence.
Get in touch by calling 01872 272059 or email firstname.lastname@example.org