Clinic26 is online!
Clinic26 is a safe place for men and nonbinary people who have experienced sexual abuse, assault, or rape, to access sexual health services in a supportive environment. We offer both sexual health testing and support around sexual wellbeing.
Clinic26 is a partnership between Barts Health NHS Trust and SurvivorsUK.
At the moment Clinic26 is being held via Zoom.
During your visit you will be given the opportunity to access the following services:
- A discussion with a Doctor around any sexual health concerns including routine sexual health testing, treatment for sexually transmitted infections and advice and referrals for your sexual wellbeing. You can also speak with the doctor about general health concerns and accessing health services
- A discussion with a sexual health advisor from SurvivorsUK for information and advice around sexual health and wellbeing
A discussion with a counsellor from SurvivorsUK for information on SurvivorsUK’s services and other services that may be helpful to you and for support and advice about your mental health and emotional wellbeing.
You will not be made to talk about anything you do not want to talk about. Staff will go at your pace and will always ask for your consent before anything is done.
Contacting and making an appointment
At the moment Clinic26 is being held online. If after your initial appointment it is agreed you need face to face services, we will discuss this with you.
The clinic is open on the fourth Monday of the month (except in Dec 2020 when it will be held on the 21st Dec 1.30-4 pm). The clinic is open from 1.30-4 pm with limited pre-booked appointments.
To make an appointment at Clinic26 please contact [email protected] or call 020 3598 3898.
Clinic26 is not able to gather forensic evidence or provide emergency treatment. If you require these services, please contact The Havens (020 3299 6900) or your local emergency department.
Once you register, you will be sent details about how to log in for your appointment.
If for any reason you are not able to make your appointment, please contact us as soon as possible so we can offer it to someone else.
We understand that accessing services can be difficult. If you do not want to give us your real name, that’s ok.