We are ‘Getting it on’ and our aim is to provide young people who need help and support, or who are uncomfortable with asking for help, easy access to relevant services at a time they need them most and without the fear of being judged.

Are you 13-19?

If you’re a young person and live in SW London then we’re your one stop spot for finding sexual health, relationship, mental health, drugs and alcohol support services in your area.

We cover these SIX SW London boroughs:

To find the right service that’s closest to you, simply click on your area.

The services provided may be different for each area, so make sure you click on a specific borough to see what’s available.

As well as giving information about local services, we also provide a space online where you can freely access useful advice about a range of topics that support your health and wellbeing:

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We run frequent campaigns to keep you updated with useful tips for your health, safety, and wellbeing. You can catch up on some of our most recent campaigns here:

Are you in a good relationship? Sometimes it’s hard to know. Read our guide and find out.

Are you in a good relationship?

Protect YOU. Protect YOUR PARTNER. Find out where to get free online STI testing kits

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Learn how to help yourself ‘bounce back’ after difficult times by watching our video ‘Building emotional resilience with Dr Radha’

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We want to hear from you

We love hearing from you to get ideas and feedback on our messages and information.

We’re also always happy to learn about any other relevant services you may be aware of, in any of the 6 boroughs we cover, that are not listed on our website.

If you would like to get in touch, please use our Feedback page here.

If you need help or advice please click here to find a service near you.


If you are in immediate danger, please call


Getting It On is dedicated to helping teenagers in South West London. We provide information and advice on key issues such as sexual and mental health, drugs, alcohol and relationship problems, and give listings of helpful services and clinics across the area.

Maybe you are worried about alcohol or drugs, could do with talking to someone about LGBTQ issues, or need some advice about having sex for the first time? Or maybe you need contraception - either long-term (LARC) or emergency (EHC), are pregnant and need help, or have questions about Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STIs)? Whatever the issue, hopefully our website can offer advice, or point you in the right direction to get the help you need.

To find a full list of all the local clinics and services in your area, use our search facility. Choose your area – Croydon, Kingston, Merton, Richmond, Sutton or Wandsworth – then pick the category that best matches your query from the drop-down menus.

Getting It On is here to help. Don’t go it alone.