Our Sexual Health Service provides care across the county including screening, advice, treatment and support for a wide range of sexual health needs. The service now operates a telephone triage system to help ensure people get directed to the right point of care for their needs. Any patients wishing to contact the sexual health service must now do so via the telephone booking line. Details and locations of clinics and contact numbers can be found via the Hope House Sexual Health Services website.
The Sexual Assualt Referral Centre (SARC) at Hope House can offer further help through other agencies such as Gloucestershire Rape Crisis Centre, Victim Support, Domestic Abuse Support & Advocacy, Gloucestershire Central Allocation and Referral Point (Novas Scarman Group) and A & E Departments.
For contact details please follow the resource link below.
Patients are able to self-refer to this service. Further information for patients can be available on the Hope House Sexual Health Services Website.
Hope House provide counselling support to people experiencing distress following any type of sexual assault within the last 12 months. Counsellors can help with issues such as anxiety, depression, panic and post-traumatic stress. Six sessions (usually weekly) are offered to clients who have experienced recent sexual violence.
Specialist counselling is also available for anyone with a specific problem related to their sexual function that is, or is thought to be, psychological in origin. Sessions last for 50 minutes and following an initial assessment between five and ten sessions will be offered.
Contact: Hope House SARC, Gloucestershire Royal Hospital, Great Western Road, Gloucester GL1 3NN
Telephone: 0300 421 6500
Please follow the resource link below the Hope House website for a referral form.