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Sexual Health

Sexual Health

Under 25s (sexual health testing and contraception, including pills) have a specialist service in Haringey. The following range of free and confidential services are offered:

  • Advice and information on all areas of sexual health (including contraception and testing)
  • Testing for sexually transmitted infections
  • Emergency Contraception (morning after pill)
  • Choice of contraception including LARC (long acting reversible contraception)
  • Pregnancy testing and advice
  • Free condoms

Some of these services can also be accessed from our healthy living pharmacies, please see information below.

Clinics are based at Morum House and Lordship Lane. You do not need an appointment; just walk-in. The clinic times are as follows:

  • Morum House, Bounds Green Road, Wood Green, N22 8HE
    • Tuesday 9am-1pm and 2pm-7pm (Booked appointments only. LARC only)
    •  Wednesday 9am-1pm and 2pm-7pm (Booked appointments only)
    • Closed between 11am-4pm on the first Wednesday of each month for staff training
    • Thursday 12pm-3pm (Booked appointments only) and 4pm-7pm (Under 19s walk in only)
    • Friday 8am-12pm and 1pm-3pm (Booked appointments only)
  • Lordship Lane Health Centre, 239 Lordship Lane, N17 6AA
    • Monday 9am-12pm and 1pm-4pm (Booked appointments only)
    • Tuesday 12pm-3pm (Booked appointments only) 4pm-7pm (Under 19s walk in only)

In addition to Lordship Lane and Morum House, young people wanting to access LARC (long acting reversible contraception such as the implant or coil), may also choose to visit one of the borough’s open access GP LARC providers (they do not need to be a registered patient at the surgery they are choosing to use but do need to be registered with another Haringey GP). See the Haringey Council Sexual Health pages for more information.

For more information on the services above or to book an appointment please see Sexual Health pages on the Central and North West London NHS trust website (external link), or call their booking office on 020 3317 5252.

You also have the option to access services through North Middlesex Hospital, based in Enfield if it is easier for you. More information on this service is on the ECHO website (external link).

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Healthy Living Pharmacies (HLP)

All the clinics above offer a full range of sexual health care to suit patients’ needs. However, depending on what service you require, you may choose to use a local pharmacy.

In Haringey there are 30 pharmacies offering free and confidential sexual health services to both young people (under 25s) and adults. These include emergency contraception (morning after pill), chlamydia and gonorrhoea testing, chlamydia treatment, condoms and HIV point of care testing. To find out more, ask your pharmacist or see the HLP pages on the Haringey Council website.

Check Urself

Checkurself are an organisation offering free and confidential Chlamydia testing to 16-24 year olds in London. The test kits are posted out free of charge, so as well as being completely cost-free, it's convenient and requires very little effort!

The idea is to provide an alternative for those who are uncomfortable with going to a screening venue and getting tested. To find out more and order a free test kit, visit the CheckUrself website (external link).

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Other services

Embrace UK

Our local outreach provider Embrace UK provide sexual health information, Chlamydia and Gonorrhoea self-testing, instant HIV tests and free condoms in a variety of community settings and events. You can find out more about the service on the Embrace UK website (external link).


Those aged under 19 can also access the SafeTalk service for sexual health support. SafeTalk are sexual health school nurses providing a free, confidential and friendly service for young people who live or study in Haringey. You can contact them by email to arrange to see them or find out more information.

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