Sexual Health is an important part of over-all sexual health and well-being. Being sexually healthy includes the emotional and psychological aspects as well as being physically sexually healthy.
The Sexual Health Project develops an awareness of the importance of information and education in young people’s lives.
Donegal Women’s Centre’s Sexual Health Information Project provides information on:
- ilash Clinic—FREE Sexual Health Clinic – It’s location and access
- Services provided in Clinic for safer sex – Pregnancy prevention and STI’s
- ilash Free Counselling service
- Information regarding referral to other related services i.e. Sexual Assault Treatment Unit (SATU), STI Clinic
- Crisis Pregnancy Counselling Service
- Services provided by Donegal Women’s Centre – Smear testing & Counselling
Foundation Programme in Sexual Health Promotion (F.P.S.H.P)
This programme is delivered in conjunction with Health Promotion and Improvement.
The F.P.S.H.P. is a 10 day comprehensive capacity building programme for service providers who want to develop their confidence, skills and knowledge in the area of Sexual Health Promotion and incorporate sexual health into their work.
The F.P.S.H. is for service providers from health, education, community and youth sectors who have the potential and capacity to undertake sexual health within their organisation.
Eilish Mc Art
Co-ordinator Sexual Health Education Programme
This project is funded by HSE Sexual Health and Crisis Pregnancy Programme.