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Sexual health services

Sexual health services in SA include: 

Adelaide Sexual Health Centre

Adelaide Sexual Health Centre offers a walk-in, free and confidential testing, diagnosis and treatment of sexually transmitted infections (including HIV).

Health professionals can also contact the Adelaide Sexual Health Centre for expert advice on sexually transmitted infections and HIV.

For more information about Adelaide Sexual Health Centre, see the Adelaide Sexual Health Centre web page.

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SHINE SA

SHINE SA provides a comprehensive range of sexual health services. Clinical services are free for all clients 30 years and under who have a Medicare card (a fee for consumables may apply).

SHINE SA also provide a Sexual Healthline, where you can talk confidentially to a SHINE SA nurse about any sexual health issue.

For more information about SHINE SA’s health services, visit the SHINE SA website

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SAMESH

SAMESH - SA Mobilisation and Empowerment for Sexual Health (a joint program of SHINE SA and Thorne Harbour Health (Victoria)) provides support, education and training about sexual health and HIV to the South Australian community.

For more information visit the  SAMESH website.

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Metropolitan Youth Health Service

The Metropolitan Youth Health Service as part of the Women’s and Children’s Health Network provides a free, confidential health service for young people aged 12 to 25 years.

For more information visit the Metropolitan Youth Health Service webpage.

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Yarrow Place

Yarrow Place Rape and Sexual Assault Service is the lead South Australian public health agency responding to adult rape and sexual assault for people who were aged 16 years and over at the time.

For more information visit the Yarrow Place website.

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Women’s Health Service

The Women’s Health Service provides clinical and emotional and wellbeing services as part of the Women’s and Children’s Health Network. Services are provided by women for women.

For more information visit the Women’s Health Service website.

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HIV Post Exposure Prophylaxis (PEP) Triage Hotline

The HIV Post Exposure Prophylaxis (PEP) Triage Hotline is a 24 hour, 7 day a week hotline for members of the public who have or think they may have had a sexual or other non-workplace exposure to HIV.

For more information visit the following SA Health webpages:

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