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  1. Sexting

      "Pose, Sext - What Happens Next?" This campaign raised awareness amongst young people around the possible consequences of making, sending and uploading sexy images or texts on their phones or via social networking sites, known as 'Sexting'.  The Corner gathered…Visit Page

  2. Young Carers

    "We are a group of young people age 13-16 from the Young Carers Project who are involved with a project called STATE from The Corner.  Over the past 6 weeks we have planned, designed & built an installation, which represents us and the way that we feel.  The Young Carers Project…Visit Page

  3. LGBT Charter

    LGBT Charter awarded to The CornerThe Corner has been awarded the LGBT Charter Mark. LGBT Scotland states that it is the responsibility of every organisation to value diversity and promote good practice in terms of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender equality. A celebration night was…Visit Page

  4. What's Happening

    The Corner - part of our storyAs part of The Corner's 21st Birthday celebrations an exhibition of artwork is being displayed at Slessor Gardens. Over 243,000 young people have accessed Corner services over the past 21 years.  To celebrate this milestone these billboards have been…Visit Page

  5. Meet Staff

     The Corner staff team - June…Visit Page

  6. Relationship Break ups

    Breaking up from a relationship is usually very difficult and can bring with it a feeling off loss that is natural in the circumstances. However if the relationship broke up unexpectedly and you are struggling to come to terms with it click below for…Visit Page

  7. Professionals

    If you want to support or assist a young person to access Corner services, The Corner will strive to make special efforts to try to meet the need of any individual or groups, to arrange this please contact The Corner on 01382 206060.Please click here to view our latest Corner…Visit Page

  8. Drop-in Services

    Opening HoursMonday to Friday 2pm to 6pmSaturday 1pm to 4pm For young people aged 11 to 19 years.   If you are between 20 and 25 years you can talk to a worker on 01382 206060 who can discuss your needs and signpost you to the most appropriate service,…Visit Page

  9. Peer-led Services

    Healthy TransitionsPeer-led approaches work on the principle that young people learn from and are influenced by their peers, both negatively and positively.  Peer influence can have a huge effect on the lives of young people, how they act, how they feel about themselves and decisions they…Visit Page

  10. Outreach Services

    The Corner could not provide the services or carry out the work it does without the aid and support of it’s partners. The Corner has links with partners NHS Tayside and Dundee City Council. There are also strong links with a number of other agencies, including:Action for…Visit Page

  11. Sexual Health

    For young people aged 11 to 19Sexual health services at The Corner are led by nursing staff, but they work in partnership with other professionals to provide condom demonstrations, repeat condom supplies, pregnancy testing and screening for Sexually Transmitted Infections. The nurses can…Visit Page

  12. Pregnancy Test

    Pregnancy TestAlthough you might be nervous, it is important to have a pregnancy test if you've had unprotected sex and missed out on emergency contraception.  This will give you more time to think about what you want to do.  Pregnancy tests are very reliable and can be done three weeks…Visit Page

  13. Starting contraception

    Starting contraceptionIt’s important to make the right choice of contraception for YOU, so you may be asked to have more than one consultation/chatWhat happens?You will be taken to a room on your own, for confidentiality, where the nurses will ask questions about your medical…Visit Page

  14. Emergency Contraception

    Emergency contraception (sometimes known as the morning after pill). The sooner you take it the more effective it is.  Drop-in is open Monday to Friday between 2 – 6pm and on Saturday between 1 – 4pm.  Different types of emergency contraception can be taken up to five…Visit Page

  15. Confidentiality

     Can anyone find out why I have used the Corner?No - You may have used the Corner for any of its services.  It’s important that you protect your own information andthink about who you tell.How private is my information at the Corner?Using the Corner and any information you…Visit Page

  16. Parents

    The Corner has contact with parents, carers, grandparents, other family and friends who all want the same thing - to try and make things better.Sometimes people find it difficult to ask for help, but they soon find that just talking things through can really make a difference.The Corner is…Visit Page

  17. What are STIs

    At the Corner you can come and speak confidentially to a worker if you want more information, are worried about STIs (Sexually Transmitted Infections) or want to be screened.  You can also get information and advice on how to have safer sex and prevent STIs.Basically STIs (Sexually…Visit Page

  18. Positive Result - Pregancy Testing

    Postive ResultIf you are pregnant then you have three choices• To continue with the pregnancy and raise the baby with support (you will be supported to access your GP/Midwifery or Family Nurse Partnership).• To ask for a termination of pregnancy (abortion) to end the pregnancy (a…Visit Page

  19. Negative Result - Pregancy Testing

    If your pregnancy result is negative, this means that you are not pregnant. Staff can then discuss how you feel about this with you.  If you do not wish to be pregnant staff can support you to look at the options available to you for contraception, and how to avoid getting pregnant and…Visit Page

  20. Chlamydia

    Chlamydia is one of the most common STIs in the UK, around 1 in 10 young people have it. Most people who have Chlamydia don’t notice any symptoms and won’t know they have the infection.Otherwise, symptoms may include pain when you pass urine (pee), unusual vaginal discharge, abdominal…Visit Page

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