Sexual Health

This page contains information about Sexual Health Support Services. 

We know that some services at University College Birmingham may have changed or stopped as a result of Coronavirus. Please check our COVID-19 page for the most up to date information.

 

The below services are available for students needing support related to Sexual and Reproductive health. 

 

Umbrella

Umbrella provide a variety of sexual health related services accross Birmingham including:

  • STI Testing and treatment
  • Contraception
  • Pregnancy testing and advice
  • Abuse Survivors Clinic
  • Psychosexual Services

Umbrella offer appointments and walk-in clinics. You can contact them here. 

 

University Nurse and Medical Services

The University College Birmingham Nursing Service can provide you with information and advice on contraception and pregnancy. You can drop-in to room 730, Summer Row:

Monday-Thursday: 8-4pm

Friday: 8-3pm

Telephone: 0121 604 100

E-Mail: collegenurse@ucb.ac.uk

 

Birmingham LGBT

Birmingham LGBT are the cities leading charity who support lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans communities in Birmingham. They offer a range of services including information on sexual health. They work in partnership with Umbrella and also offer free condoms, femidoms, gloves and lube. Their website includes a wealth of specialist information too.

E-Mail: sexualhealth@blgbt.org

Telephone: 0121 6430821

 

NUS I Heart Consent Campaign

The National Union of Students' have developed campaign resources and information about consent. If you are interested in campaigning on consent, get in touch with our Representation and Advocacy Coordinator at c.oboyle@ucb.ac.uk.

 

Rape and Sexual Violence Project

RSVP offer support services for people of all genders who have been affected by sexual violence and abuse accross Birmingham and Solihull. Their services are confidential and delivered with compassion and humanity. 

E-Mail:  info@rsvporg.co.uk

Telephone: 0121 643 0301

 

NHS

The NHS have online information about a variety of issues relating to sexual health here. You can also access sexual health and reproductive health information from your local GP.