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Green Templeton College | Oxford

In addition to basic medical services, the following services are available regarding sexual health, pregnancy, drug abuse, eating disorders, and violence.

Sexual Health

The following organisations provide advice and support with regards to sexual health:

Sexual Health and Contraception Services in Headington

Drop-in advice and testing is available Monday to Friday 11.15am to 3.15pm and Saturday 9am to 12noon at the Churchill Hospital, or phone for a confirmed appointment. See more details about the services available at this clinic.
Tel: 01865 231 231

National AIDS & Sexual Health Line

This anonymous helpline provides advice about HIV/AIDS, sexually transmitted illnesses, local services, clinics and support services.
Tel: 0800 567 123


This is a helpline providing support and information for people living with HIV.
Tel: 020 7713 0222

Terrence Higgins Trust

The Terrence Higgins Trust provides support and advice for those living with or affected by HIV/AIDS. It has a local branch in Oxford.
Tel: 01865 243 389
Helpline: 0808 802 1221

Oxford branch:
Rectory Centre
Rectory Road
Oxford  OX4 1BU
Tel: 01865 243 389


The following organisations provide advice and support about pregnancy:

Alec Turnbull Centre

Provides information and advice on all aspects of sexual health as well as free contraception and pregnancy tests.

Tel: 01865 456 666
First Floor, Raglan House
Between Towns Road
 Oxford OX4 3LX

British Pregnancy Advisory Service

Provides contraception, pregnancy tests and abortions for a fee.

Tel: 08457 30 40 30

Family Planning Association

Provides information and advice on contraception, sexually-transmitted infections, planning a pregnancy, pregnancy choices and sexual wellbeing as well as details of family planning clinics.

Tel: 0845 122 8690

Drugs and Alcohol

Those seeking advice and help with a drug or alcohol-related problem can contact one of the following organizations:

Alcoholics Anonymous

Provides support for anyone affected by drinking.

Tel: 0845 769 7555

FRANK Helpline

Provides information and advice about drug/alcohol addiction and local services for those affected and their family and friends.

Tel: 0800 77 66 00

Eating Disorders

As eating disorders are serious illnesses, most sufferers need professional help to fully recover. Effective treatment is available and, for most people, the first step is to contact a GP who can assess your physical condition and refer you to the relevant help.

Additional advice and information for both those suffering from an eating disorder and their friends and family is available from the following:

National Centre for Eating Disorders

Provides Information and Help on all aspects of eating disorders.

Tel: 0845 838 2040

Abuse and Violence

If you should be the victim of abuse or violence and need immediate assistance, dial 999. If you wish to report a matter that is less urgent, telephone the police on 101.

Other services offering support and advice to victims of abuse or violence include:

Oxford Sexual Abuse and Rape Crisis Centre

Listening, support and information service run by women.

Tel: 0800 783 6294

National Domestic Violence Helpline

Support, help and information for women experiencing, or who have experienced, domestic violence.

Tel: 0808 2000 247

Victim Support

Offers practical advice and support to victims of crime.

Tel: 0845 30 30 900

Sexual Assault Referral Centre

 GTC Policy on referrals to SARC (Sexual Assault Referral Centre)