ISHS’s Richmond House Clinic on the Landsdowne campus at Camosun has re-opened with extended hours. Effective September 4, the clinic on the top floor of Richmond House will be open and running Tuesdays from 9 am-12 pm and Thursdays from 1:30-4:30 pm. Services available include birth control prescriptions and dispensing at reduced prices, Emergency Contraception (Morning After Pill), PAP and Pelvic exams, STI testing and treatment, testicular and breast exams, and free condoms. EVERYONE WELCOME. Drop in appointments are welcome.
Jennifer Gibson MA, is the Coordinator of Community Education Services. She is a professional sexual health educator whose knowledge, sense of humour, enthusiasm, and comfort level give her the unique ability to make sexual health education accessible and easy to relate to.
Moving away from home is often a time of exploration. Having great sexual health knowledge makes that journey safer and more fun!
Please take our online youth website survey! It’ll help us develop a new youth based website. We (and the youth) will be grateful x 1000.
As part of our Heart Your Parts 2015 activities, we had awesome tabling events at Camosun (Lansdowne and Interurban Campuses) with Camosun Pride Collective. Check out this fabulous video made by our amazing Camosun practicum student, Sara. Many thanks to Camosun Pride Collective, Camosun Students Society, and all of you who stopped by and played wheel…
Withdrawal is *not* an effective way to prevent pregnancy or infections. You may be happier using different “birth control”:/birthcontrol/.
As you may be aware, the BC Cancer Agency has recently made changes to the cervical screening guidelines. The new guidelines include the following points: All people who have a cervix and are currently or have been sexually active with a partner will now begin cervical screening at the age of 25 and continue through…
Due to weather, our Camosun College location is closed Thursday, January 19th. We will re-open next Thursday January 26th, 2012 @ 1:30. If you need supplies in the meantime, you can go to the Fort Street clinic. All of our clinics are operating with normal hours. We apologize for any inconvenience.