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Alongside our clinical services, Brook is commissioned to provide sexual health promotion, community outreach, education and training within Blackburn with Darwen.
Working closely with our clinical colleagues, our aim is to ensure that key beneficiary groups are benefiting from good sexual and reproductive health services by raising awareness, signposting and improving the knowledge, skills and attitudes of both professionals and service users.
To find out more, please contact us.
Outreach health promotion and health/wellbeing events give young people introductory information and inspiration to find out more about sexual health, healthy relationships and local sexual health services.
The focus is on communicating a specific health and wellbeing message to young people, for example, information about sexual health week and is linked to local and national health promotion campaigns.
These sessions can be delivered in schools, colleges and community settings and can include:
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One-off education sessions provide the opportunity for young people to explore a topic in detail.
These one-hour sessions reinforce positive messages and create a safe space to allow young people to learn new information, share existing knowledge, practice skills, think critically and question assumptions and beliefs. These sessions may form part of an existing PSHE or RSE curriculum and are an opportunity to bring subject specialists into school/college.
The Brook education team in Blackburn with Darwen work alongside Renaissance who provide specialist HIV education, advice, information and outreach support alongside HIV testing opportunities.
There are also a number of paid training courses available for professionals working with young people in Blackburn with Darwen.