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The Brook service you are looking for has closed. Sexual health services in the area have been transferred to another provider.

Details about sexual health service providers for areas in which Brook has recently stopped operating are provided below.

Brook Liverpool

Brook Liverpool closed in October 2021.

For information about sexual health services in Liverpool, please visit or call 0300 323 1300

Axess Sexual Health has a new clinic for people aged 19 and under, on Hanover Street, Liverpool (opposite Subway). They offer contraception, emergency contraception, STI testing and pregnancy testing and referrals.

At home STI test kits for Liverpool residents can be ordered from SH:24:

Brook Oldham

Brook Oldham closed in March 2021.

For information about sexual health services in Oldham, please visit:

At home STI test kits for Oldham residents can be ordered from the Virgin Care Sexual Health Hub:

If you need urgent help

Medical advice

  • For medical advice in England or Wales, contact NHS 111 by dialling 111
  • For medical advice in Scotland, contact NHS 24 on 08454 242424
  • For sexual health advice, contact the National Sexual Health Helpline provided by The Department of Health and Social Care on 0300 123 7123

Emotional support and mental health

  • For help and emotional support (at any age), contact the Samaritans on 08457 90 90 90
  • If you are experiencing a personal crisis, are unable to cope and need support, text ‘SHOUT’ to 85258

Domestic abuse and sexual violence

  • For help with domestic abuse or violence, contact the National Domestic Abuse Helpline on 0808 2000 247
  • For support after rape or sexual violence, contact Rape Crisis on 0808 802 9999 or The Survivors Trust on 08088 010 818
  • For specialist LGBT+ support with domestic abuse, rape or sexual violence, contact GALOP on 0800 999 5428

If you are concerned that your life or the life of someone else is in danger, you can call 999 for an ambulance, police, fire brigade or any other emergency service 24/7. The 999 emergency number covers all of the UK and is free to call, but it should only be used in cases where there is a risk or threat to someone’s safety (including if someone is at risk of suicide).


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