Mysexualhealth.ie is an informational portal representing Cork organisations that provide a wide range of sexual health, sexuality and wellbeing services.
From dedicated counselling to exhaustive information to screening and testing, the organisations below ensure that people of Cork have access to and support in all matters of sexual health.
The Centre provides information, counselling and support in matters of sexual health, sexuality and wellbeing, a STI clinic and Monday-Friday Helpline.
The GUM / STI clinic provides free STI screening. It is under the governance of the HSE and located at South Infirmary Victoria University Hospital.
YHS provides sexual health services, STI testing and counselling for people under 23 years old.
Gay Project seeks to ensure that gay, bi+, MSM (men who have sex with men), queer and trans men are enabled to participate fully in Ireland’s social, economic, cultural, political and artistic life.
LINC aims to improve the quality of life, health and well-being of all women who identify as lesbian or bisexual in Ireland.
Sexual Violence Centre, previously Cork Rape Crisis Service, has been providing services to victims of sexual violence in Cork city and County for over 33 years.
The Sexual Assault Treatment Unit is a dedicated unit where clients who have experienced Rape or sexual assault can be examined and treated in a holistic way.
The Infectious Diseases service provides care for patients with known or suspected infections, viral hepatitis, travel-related and immuno-comprised hosts infections, including HIV.
Sexualwellbeing.ie is a portal for the information on sexual health, wellbeing and support services available from the HSE.
Man2Man is a national HIV Prevention & Sexual Health Awareness programme targeting men who have sex with men (MSM) in Ireland.