iCaSH Suffolk logoFollowing the conclusion of a competitive tender process led by the Public Health team at Suffolk County Council, iCaSH Suffolk will be transferred to and delivered by Provide Community Interest Company (CIC) from 1 May 2024. Read more here.

If you're looking for contraception, treatment for sexually transmitted infections, HIV care and treatment or related advice in Suffolk, we can help.

We have created three bespoke hubs across the county, bringing all aspects of sexual health under one roof. 

We also work with Terrence Higgins Trust, who provide community outreach services including free condoms, Chlamydia screening and sexual health advice and signposting. 

Looking for routine sexual health screening?

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It's never been easier to have a routine sexual health screen; simply order a kit by clicking on the image and it will be delivered to your door in plain packaging. Then complete the test and pop it back to us freepost.

Click here for advice and guidance related to Express Test.

Why can we only send out a set number of kits each day?
Our funding comes from the national public health budget. Public health funding across England has been subject to significant pressures. We allocate the funding we receive across the clinic-based and online services we provide, to ensure as many people as possible can access the service they need.

What to do now?
If you have symptoms, or have been advised that you have been in contact with a sexually transmitted infection, we recommend contacting your local iCaSH NHS clinic as soon as possible. You can find your nearest clinic here. If you do not have any symptoms, please try to order a test kit again tomorrow.  

You can also access free and confidential HIV and Syphilis testing @ https://freetesting.hiv/

To find out more about our clinics, please click on the tiles below.

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