iCaSH Peterborough outreach team

Our team (outreach young person nurses and a outreach HIV worker) works with young people (under 25) within the Peterborough area.

We offer advice on sexual health, contraception (including emergency contraception and condoms), pregnancy testing, chlamydia testing and contraception following a pregnancy or termination. We also deliver tailored teaching sessions for:

  • Year 10 and post 16
  • special schools (one to one)
  • other professional groups
  • asylum seekers.

If you wish to speak to one of the outreach team please telephone 01733 353021. Alternatively, for main reception to book appointments dial 0300 300 3030.

We also hold Health and Young Persons Advice (HYPA) clinics in schools and colleges in Peterborough, in partnership with Drink & Drug Sense and the school nursing team. We offer advice and support on all health related matters that may be affecting a young person.

Day

School

Times

Monday

Ken Stimson
TDA
Hampton
COPA

Lunch time
After school
After school
Lunch time

Tuesday

NPA
Kings
OBA
St. Georges

Lunch time
Lunch time
After school
varied

Wednesday

AMVC
John Mansfield

Lunch time
Lunch time

Thursday

Stanground
Voyager
St. John Fisher

Lunch time
Lunch time
Varied

 

Terrence Higgins Trust

Terrence Higgins Trust logoTerrence Higgins Trust is the UK's leading HIV and sexual health charity. They work in partnership with iCaSH across Cambridgeshire, Norfolk and Suffolk to provide services in the community.

They run HIV and sexual health promotion though a programme of community engagement for high risk groups including men who have sex with men (MSM), sex workers, people living with HIV, drug users, and black and minority ethnic populations. You will see their friendly, approachable teams at festivals, community galas, in bars, nightclubs and other public areas such as shopping centres.

Terrence Higgins Trust also reach out to young people and often go to talk in schools, colleges, universities, youth clubs and hostels where they offer free condoms through the c-card scheme, as well as free, confidential chlamydia screening for those aged under 25.

On top of this they provide specialist training for health professionals and those that work alongside young people.