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Use our helplines to find out more information and advice on young people's sexual health and sexuality
NHS Choices – Sexual health
Sex and young people
Ask Brook is a service giving sexual health information, support and signposting for anyone under 25, anywhere in the UK.Ask Brook is made up of three things:
A webchat service run by advisors
A text chat service run by advisors
The Ask Brook 24/7 tool
Webchat and text are available between 9am and 3pm, Monday to Friday (except bank holidays). You can access the Ask Brook 24/7 tool anytime, day or night, here.
You can contact an advisor by text on 07717 989 023 (standard SMS rates). For webchat, look for the blue tab in the bottom right-hand corner of your screen.
Sexually transmitted disease
Free and confidential sexual health advice and services specifically for young people under 25.
Marie Stopes - Likeitis.org
Likeitis gives young people access to information about all aspects of sex education and teenage life.
Find out about contraception and emergency contraception; how using condoms will help you protect yourself from sexually transmitted infections; what actually happens during sex; teenage pregnancy: what your options are; how to cope with puberty, peer pressure and bullying; finding out more about your sexuality; information about periods. Our help and advice section also gives you links to other information out there.
Sex and relationships
Provides information and advice on a range of issues affecting young adults aged 16-25 including sex and relationships.
Helpline: 0808 808 4994
Sex, relationships and pregnancy
Free confidential helpline and on-line support for young people on any subject.
Kooth.com is an online counselling service that provides vulnerable young people, between the ages of 11 and 25, with advice and support for emotional or mental health problems. Kooth.com offers users a free, confidential, safe and anonymous way to access help.
NHS Choices – Sex and young people
Am I gay, lesbian or bi-sexual?
During puberty, you have lots of emotions and sexual feelings. It’s normal for girls to think about girls in a sexual way, and for boys to think about boys in a sexual way. You don’t choose your sexuality, it chooses you. These links offer information for young people who think they might be gay, lesbian or bisexual. Includes sources of support, safer sex, coming out and dealing with bullying.
Helpline: 0800 1111
ChildLine is a counselling service for children and young people. You can contact ChildLine in these ways: You can phone on 0800 1111, send us an email, have a 1-2-1 chat with us, send a message to Ask Sam and you can post messages to the ChildLine message boards. You can contact ChildLine about anything - no problem is too big or too small. If you are feeling scared or out of control or just want to talk to someone you can contact ChildLine.
Gender and sexuality
Freephone: 0808 808 4994 (1pm - 11pm)
Confidential national helpline for young people under 25 to help you work out what you need most and can put you in touch with places that can help - whatever the issue.
Papyrus HOPElineUK: 0800 068 4141
Papyrus is a UK-wide membership organisation dedicated to the prevention of young suicide. They provide information and support as well as a helpline for children, teenagers and young people who are worried about themselves or anyone concerned about a young person.
Helpline: 0300 330 0630
Switchboard offers a support and referral service for lesbians, gay men, bisexual people and anyone who needs to consider issues around their sexuality. Call us if you want to talk about your feelings, are frightened, confused or isolated. Maybe you're falling in or out of love, coming to terms with your sexuality, or have feelings for a classmate or workmate. We won't tell you what to do. We won't judge you. We won't tell anyone else about your call.
The Terence Higgins Trust
Helpline: 0300 330 0630
Growing up and entering the world of sex and relationships can seem confusing and worrying at first. If you are not sure if you are gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender, you may find it helpful to talk to someone you trust about your feelings. THT is there to answer your questions and give you some support.
FFLAG (Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays)
Offers support to local parents groups and contacts, in their efforts to help parents and families understand accept and support their lesbian gay and bisexual members with love and pride.
More information and advice on our helplines pages