All young people have a right to confidential sexual health advice and services. The information on this page will tell you what that means when you are using this site.
What are exceptional circumstances?
If someone gives us information over the phone or online, which suggests that they or another young person is at serious risk of immediate harm, we would try to put them in touch with services that can help. In the most exceptional circumstances, if they have provided personal details such as a name, address, email address or telephone number, we may need to make a decision to breach confidentiality, in order to protect them or another young person.
In order to provide you with the best possible service it is necessary for us to collect and hold some information (data) about you. In doing this we work within our own Protecting Young People Policy and the Data Protection Act (1998).
You can see the information we hold about you by making a request to access your data either at one of our reception desks, or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. In your email please tell us which Brook service you attend. We will then give you a form to fill in in order that we can provide you with the right data. You can also request that we remove or change any data which is incorrect or misleading.
How to clear browser history in Internet Explorer
Your browser will store links to all the sites you've visited in your browser history. In order to protect your privacy and make sure other people cannot see your history you need to clear it within your browser.
How to clear cookies
To clear your cookies in Windows Explorer:
Or to clear your cookies in Internet Explorer
You should exit your browser and restart your computer after completing either of these procedures.