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HIV Testing

1 hour HIV test logoMESMAC offer FREE 1 hour HIV testing, click on the logo for info

Hate Crime Reporting

Arch LogoReport Hate Crime, Arch, the Police  and other systems. Click on the logo.

Northern Pride

Northern PrideNorthern Pride, home of Newcastle Pride. Click logo to visit.

Sexual Health Services

Sexual Health Clinics LogoHIV & Sexual Health Services around the North East. Click logo to visit.

Pride Radio North East

Pride Radio

Pride Radio North East, music and news from around the region. Click logo to visit.

WEB LINKS

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MESMAC North East is not responsible for the content of any external website.

 

 

STREETWISEStreetwise logo
Streetwise is a young people’s (under 25’s) project based in the City Centre of Newcastle upon Tyne.
It’s a free, confidential and friendly advice centre.
Streetwise offer information and advice on any issue, sexual health and contraception (no appointment needed… just drop in) and have a free counselling service.
You can call during opening hours on 0191 230 5400.

 

CHILDLINElogo-ChildLine
ChildLine is the free helpline for children and young people in the UK. Children and young people can call them on 0800 1111 to talk about any problem – counsellors are there to help you sort it out.
Click on the above link to go to the website.

 

KIDSCAPEKidscape
Kidscape is the first charity in the UK established specifically to prevent bullying and child abuse.

 

EACH
EACH provides award-winning support to individuals affected by homophobia
and training to organisations committed to realising an equal and
safe environment for all regardless of sex, faith, sexuality, age, ethnicity or ability.EACH logo

 

ALBERT KENNEDY TRUST
offers advice and support for gay and bisexual teenagers made homeless because of their sexuality.

 

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BEING GAY IS OK
gay youth support website – run by young people for young people. Advice and information on ‘coming out’, being gay, articles and problem pages.

 

COMING OUT AND STAYING OUT
This online guide has been written for gay and bisexual men of all ages who are thinking of ‘coming out’. It includes information about coming to terms with being gay, and advice on how to tell others.

 

AVERT
Am I gay? was I born this way? Website featuring accounts from young gay men, including their coming to terms with their sexuality, coming out, and their experiences of talking about their feelings with friends and parents, as well as their expectations and concerns.

 

SEXWISE
For young people aged 12-18. The website gives information on contraception, sex and relationships and allows you to search for services anywhere in the UK.
Helpline: 0800 28 29 30

 

SCHOOLS OUTSchools Out
Working towards equality in education for LGBT young people. On-line student toolkit and resources.

 

EXCEEDING EXPECTATIONS
This site has been designed to introduce you to the Exceeding Expectations Initiative and to give you information about tackling homophobia and addressing sexuality with young people.
Information has taken from a wide range of sources including the Department for Children, Schools and Families guidance on Homophobic Bullying, Stonewall, EACH and Connexions to provide a local perspective informed by national guidance.

 

YHNEYHNE
Youth Homeless North East
 is a regional service that works with over 40 partner housing agencies, they aim to help young people ‘move on’ and work with their partners to offer housing support to young people.
Centrepoint, Miners Hall
Red Hill
Durham
DH1 4BD
Tel: 0191 384 4033
Email: 
info@youthhomelessnortheast.org.uk