LGBTQIA+

Sexual Health Victoria offers a range of sexual health services for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, queer, and asexual/aromantic community

Clinical Services

Sexual Health Victoria provides reproductive and sexual health clinical services to LGBTQIA+ clients through our clinics. We have a broad range of clinical experience and skills that meet the needs of LGBTQIA+ clients accessing our services, whatever age you are.

We offer:

For more information, please visit Our Reproductive and Sexual Health Clinics, or book an appointment online.

Rainbow Tick

To show our commitment to our LGBTQIA+ clients, we are currently undergoing Rainbow Tick accreditation. The Rainbow Tick accreditation provides a framework and standards to ensure the quality of care and services the organisation provides are safe and inclusive for LGBTQIA+ people in the community we work with. This process may take up to 2 years to complete.

LGBTQIA+ Inclusive Language Guide

The way we communicate within our community is imperative to building a more inclusive society. We need to ensure that every person feels seen, valued, and supported. A way to do this is by using language that is respectful, accurate and relevant to all. This includes the way we communicate with others, but also how we communicate about them.

Download our LGBTQIA+ Inclusive Language Guide.

Relationships and Sexuality Education

Sexual Health Victoria also provides a range of services and resources that support schools in providing inclusive relationships and sexuality education, assisting them to meet the requirements of the Victorian curriculum. For more information, please visit Schools.

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Disclaimer

This website provides general information only. The suitability of such general information varies from person to person, depending on individual circumstances. You should seek specific medical or legal advice for your individual circumstances.

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Last updated: 5 June 2016

Contact us

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Telephone: 03 9257 0100 or freecall 1800 013 952

Fax: 03 9257 0111