Access to safe, legal and effective abortion is the very core of women’s autonomy and freedom.
The Women’s Legal Centre ACT and Sexual Health and Family Planning ACT are united in their commitment to protect the right of women and all people to control over their own bodies and to make decisions about their sexual and reproductive health without threat or coercion.
The new Self-Collected Cervical Screening Tests now make it easier, quicker, and more private. This is how it works and why you should get tested. It could save your life!
WHAT IS THE CERVICAL SCREENING TEST?
The Cervical Screening Test is a simple test that is one of the best ways we have to prevent cervical cancer. Cervical cancer is preventable with regular cervical screening because pre-cancerous changes can be found and easily treated so that cancer does not develop.
National Condom Day is a health promotion event in Australia that promotes safe sex and the important role condoms can play in preventing sexually transmissible infections (STIs) and unplanned pregnancy and a perfect chance to raise awareness of healthy relationships, and safe, consensual sex.
This year's theme is 'Condoms are for Every Body', so go grab your FREE rose and condom pack! – Details of participating locations are below.
COVID19 UPDATE MAY 2022
SHFPACT is open for face-to-face/in-person consultations with our doctors and nurses, and for counselling services. If you are at high risk for COVID-19 you can request a telehealth consultation.
Some of our services maybe affected by staff shortages due to COVID-19. Thank you for your patience and understanding with this.
Released to mark Intersex Day of Awareness 2021, Including Intersex: responding to issues affecting the educational experiences of intersex students in Australia is a new resource filling a gap in information and guidance about the needs and experiences of intersex people specifically for the school and education setting.