Ask Brook

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Brook is a registered charity, and has 40 years’ experience of providing professional advice through specially trained doctors, nurses, counsellors, and outreach and information workers to over 200,000 young people each year.

Brook runs the Ask Brook information service which acts as a signposting service to inform young people about sexual health services in their area. Brook provides free and confidential sexual health advice and services especially for young people under 25.

It provides basic information and support on sexual health topics such as contraception, emergency contraception, pregnancy testing, abortion and sexually transmitted infections. Young people can ring the freephone Helpline or send a question through ‘Ask Brook’, a confidential on-line enquiry service via the Brook website. They can also get details of local services texted direct to their mobile phone.

Brook are really excited that JLS are supporting their new campaign ……. Big issues don’t have to be a big deal.

JLS said:

Brook’s campaign is fantastic and challenges some of the key issues that young people worry about. It is bright and fun and gives really clear information about where young people can go for advice“.

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2 thoughts on “Ask Brook”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Uch… JLS.

  2. Ollys_Direction says:

    @Stormer007, you read my mind.

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