Lambeth’s sexual and reproductive health promotion service, Love Sex Life, has launched its annual survey.
Resident insights to inform new sexual health service for Lambeth
The survey will gather insights and feedback to understand people’s experiences, preferences, and needs concerning sexual health and wellbeing. All views will help inform how sexual and reproductive health outreach services are offered in the future.
Lambeth Council, who plans and pays for this service, is very keen that residents share their views.
Director of Public Health for Lambeth, Ruth Hutt, said:
“This survey will aim to inform the new outreach service that Lambeth Council is developing on behalf of Lambeth, Southwark and Lewisham boroughs. Given the make-up of our population, we’re especially keen to encourage responses from Black, Asian and Latin American residents so that we understand more about what they need from our sexual health outreach and promotion services.”
The survey is open until the end of February. Take the Love Sex Life survey now.
About Love Sex Life
Love Sex Life is a dedicated sexual and reproductive health promotion service managed by Brook, a national sexual health charity. Their aim is to provide inclusive and accessible support to individuals aged 18 and above, with a primary focus on serving people from Black and multi ethnic backgrounds.
Why this is important to Lambeth Together
Improving sexual and reproductive health in Lambeth and helping people with a sexually transmitted infection get the right support at the right time are priorities identified in Lambeth Together’s Health and Care Plan. These priorities form the basis of our Sexual Health Programme’s work plan.