by NHS Tayside
The Corner is based in the centre of Dundee and offers a wide range of Health & Peer-led services to young people aged 11 - 25 (Target age 11-18) through the Drop-in centre and outreach work in local schools and communities. Services are all free, informal and confidential and include: - • Range of contraception and pregnancy testing, sexually transmitted infection (STI) screening • Information on a wide range of topics including drugs, housing and health promotion. • Individual Support on a range of issues relevant to young people at their pace • Support to access legal advice, training & employment services • Access to PCs and internet • Events and Support/Interest based opportunities focusing on a wide range of issues and needs • Outreach with young people in schools, colleges and community bases • Local base for LGBT Development Worker and Addaction Substance Misuse Worker • The Peer-led Service’s Healthy Transitions Team trains S2 pupils in all High Schools to deliver a programme focussing on risk-taking behaviour to P7 pupils in the associated cluster schools.
Last updated 17/09/2018
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This service is under the category: Social Activity , Rights & Representation , Child Protection , Activity , Education & Employability , Health Literacy
- · Dundee City (Integration Authority (HSCP))
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