Residents are to be asked for their views about sexual health services as part of a Derbyshire County Council review.
The council wants to make sure current services meet local people’s needs and will also use feedback to help plan future provision.
Services currently on offer are:
* Contraception services including emergency contraception
* Testing and treatment for sexually transmitted infections (STIs)
* Sexual health promotion, information and advice and HIV prevention
Derbyshire County Council Cabinet Member for Health and Communities Councillor Dave Allen said: “We want to make sure the services currently offered are what Derbyshire people need and will use the comments we receive to help us shape future plans.
“People do not need to have used any of the services to take part in this consultation. We’re keen to hear different views from as many people as possible.”
Residents can find out more and take part in the consultation at www.derbyshire.gov.uk/sexualhealth
Postal copies of the questionnaire can be requested by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 01629 533836.
The consultation will run between Wednesday, January 1 and Friday, January 31.
Residents can get more information about Derbyshire Sexual Health Services and clinics by calling 01246 235792 in confidence or visiting www.derbyshiresexualhealth.nhs.uk