Due to COVID-19 (Coronavirus) developments in the UK, most walk-in sexual health clinics, and other non-appointment or non-urgent open access services for young people in your borough, will be affected. Read more

You will be directed to call the service first or go online, for example, to use online STI testing. Please check on the relevant local service webpages for details before visiting any service.

Do not attend any health service if you suspect you have Coronavirus. Please check the latest NHS information and advice at www.nhs.uk/coronavirus. This includes information about using the NHS 111 service if your need is urgent.

C-Card Scheme Richmond

Info:

What is the C-Card?

The C-Card is a small Oyster-type card, which allows anyone aged under 25 to get free condoms from anywhere displaying the C-Card logo.

How will I be able to get a C-Card?

You will need to register by popping into one of the places displaying the C-Card logo and asking for one.  You can see a list of outlets by going to the drop down box on the left ('Choosing the service you require') and selecting 'Free Condoms through the C-Card scheme.

A trained person will have a chat with you about the C-Card; talk about sex generally; answer any questions you may have and will ask you for your date of birth and postcode. This information is confidential and will be used to help us develop the service in the future. No information will be passed on to anyone else e.g. parents, partners, friends, teachers or GP without your knowledge.

Services:

Sexual Health
  • Free Condoms
Contraception
  • Free Condoms

Opening Hours:

Please note: The website is not checked on a daily basis. Some service details may not reflect real time / last minute changes. If in doubt, please call or email the service directly before travelling to avoid disappointment.

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