Young people

Young People at Sexual Health Hounslow.

Young people aged 13–18 are very welcome at any of our services, and can attend without an appointment during opening hours. If you are coming in without an appointment, please arrive no later than 1 hour before we close.

If you would prefer a young persons’ only space, you can attend one of our walk-in clinics specifically for young people. Please be aware that, if the walk-in is very busy, priority will be given to under 18 year olds and over 18s will be offered and alternative appointment and/or a home-testing kit.

  • Feltham Centre for Health (TW13 4GU) each Wednesday 4–6pm
  • Heart of Hounslow (TW3 3EL) each Friday 2–4pm

I have a question or a worry—is there someone I can call?

Yes, you can call the Health Adviser Team on one of the numbers below:

  • 020 8321 5675
  • 020 8321 6831
  • 020 8321 2566 

Also, you can find useful information on the following websites about a range of issues including: sexual health, contraception, sexually transmitted infections, healthy and unhealthy relationships, consent and the law, sharing nudes including the law and where to get support, using pornography and the problems that can arise, gender identity and diversity.

Young Hounslow Sexual Health (YHSH) is a sexual health service for young people up to the age of 24. They provide non-judgemental support and help you to feel confident in yourself, sexual health and relationships. YHSH have created a range of resources which are downloadable by clicking on them below:


Can I get everything done at the young people’s walk-in clinics?

Yes, you can get information and advice, sexual health screening and treatment, contraception and emergency contraception.

Will you tell anyone that I have been to the clinic?

We provide a confidential service to all our patients—this means we will not talk about your visit to anyone outside of the clinic without your permission.

However, if we have concerns about your safety, or the safety of another young person, we may need to share this information with our safeguarding team. We will always try and ensure you are involved in these conversations.

Who will I see at the clinic?

When you arrive at the clinic, you will be booked in by one of reception staff who will confirm your details. It is important that you provide an up-to-date mobile number to ensure you receive your results.

Depending on the reason for your visit, you may be seen by a doctor, nurse practitioner, staff nurse, healthcare assistant and/or sexual health advisor. We have male and female staff members working within the clinic—if you have a preference, please inform reception.