Helpful Info

Below we've included some great websites and resources to assist in improving knowledge and literacy around sexual health and STIs

Better Health Channel - Sexually Transmissible Infections

Information on STI types and treatments, as well as a service directory to search by location.

Melbourne Sexual Health Centre - Sexual Health Fact Sheets

Up to date information about different sexual health conditions and issues.

Centre for Culture, Ethnicity and Health

Multicultural sexual health information and support services for migrant, refugee, asylum seekers and mobile populations.

The Practical Guide to Love, Sex and Relationships

A teaching resource from the Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society, La Trobe University, with activities exploring relationships, sexual consent, equity and sexual and reproductive health.

YEAH! Aware

YEAH: Young and Empowered Around Health Penington Institute's national youth initiative on sexual health, alcohol and drug use.

What's Involved in a Sexual Health Check?

A humorous clip about what to expect visiting a sexual health clinic, made by young people who found out for themselves just how easy it is to book in and get checked.

Smart and Deadly - Aboriginal Sexual Health Promotion

​A collection of short educational YouTube clips and two rap songs developed by the Aboriginal young people and organisations in Northeast Victoria to promote sexual health messages and information.

Voices of Sexuality - Educational Resource

A collection of 23 short clips portraying the sexuality education experiences of young people and their parents/carers from a range of cultural backgrounds, belief systems, abilities/disabilities, from rural locations, and including those who are same sex attracted or sex and gender diverse.

Gippsland Women's Health #areyoucovered

This program is being rolled out across Gippsland and is part of the Gippsland Sexual and Reproductive Health Strategy which also includes support for schools to provide comprehensive relationships and sexuality education.

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This project is managed by the Centre for Excellence in Rural Sexual Health.

To find out more about our work visit www.cersh.com.au or email us.