Have your say on Sexual Health Services across Coventry and Warwickshire

Catherine Muxworthy May 26, 2022

Residents in Coventry and Warwickshire are being invited to take part in a survey which will help shape and inform the future of local sexual health services.

The surveyĀ aims to gather feedback to help shape a new service that focuses on:

  • Reducing health inequalities by, for example, improving engagement with Black, Asian and minority ethnic people and those living in greater deprivation
  • Expanding the availability of contraception and increasing the number of people being tested for sexually transmitted infections
  • Improving engagement with people with additional and complex needs
  • Increased use of ā€˜at homeā€™ interventions/consultations

Shade Agboola, Director of Public Health at Warwickshire County Council, said: ā€œSupporting our residents’ health is important and offering a free and confidential sexual health service is key.

“The review of our sexual health services ensures that we continue to deliver the service that meets our residentsā€™ needs. Your views are important to help shape the future delivery of the service, please take a few moments to complete our survey and have your say.ā€

The survey is open until June 24 and can be completed online; if you need a paper copy or the information in another format or language, email or callā€Æ 01926 476 687.