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Have your say on Bexley’s sexual health services

PUBLISHED: 14:52 11 September 2017 | UPDATED: 14:52 11 September 2017

Bexley council launched its sexual health survey on Monday, September 11

Bexley council launched its sexual health survey on Monday, September 11

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Residents can respond anonymously

Residents who have used the borough’s sexual health services are being urged to have their on any improvements they would like to see.

The council launched its Sexual Health Needs Assessment survey on Monday, September 11, as it looks to find out if users of the service are getting enough support and advice.

Available to answer anonymously, the survey will run until October 17.

Peter Craske, cabinet member for community safety, environment and leisure, said: “It has been 10 years since the last survey was carried out in Bexley and a lot has changed since then. We need to gather as many opinions and experiences as possible so we can ensure we invest in services that meet the needs of everyone in the borough.

“People can currently get advice and information from the Bexley sexual health website and in general practices, pharmacies and sexual and reproductive health clinics. Some testing can also be done at home with a free postal kit. We need to know what works best for our residents.”

To have your say, visit www.bexleysexualhealth.org.

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