Whatever your age, gender, culture or sexuality, at ECHO we offer a friendly and inclusive drop-in service and pre-booked appointments.
Coming out is when someone who is gay, lesbian or bisexual tells the people around them about their sexuality. This can be difficult and people may worry that others will treat them differently once they know.
Even though it can be scary, most people feel that coming out is important as it means they can be honest about how they feel and not keep an important part of their life hidden.
For many people, admitting to themselves that they’re gay, bisexual or lesbian can be hard for many reasons.
Pre exposure prophylaxis (Prep) for HIV is also provided.
Pre exposure prophylaxis (Prep) for HIV is the use of medications, either daily, or as and when needed, to prevent HIV. To discuss this with a nurse or a doctor, please contact the clinic.