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Drop-in opening hours
Monday to Friday 2pm to 6pm Saturday 1pm to 4pm

Office Hours
Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm

Services available are free, informal and confidential for 11-19 year olds (20-25 years click below).

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FAQs

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Q: I have been kicked out of my home and I donít know where to get help. A: If you can come along to the Corner Drop-In, you will be able to discuss your situation with a worker who can support you to access temporary accommodation then support services. We can also talk to the housing support services on your behalf, and most important is to make sure you are safe.
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Q: I am getting bullied at school and canít speak to my teachers, I canít take it anymore. Can I talk to you? A: Yes, you can come down to the Corner drop-in to discuss this anytime during opening hours. A worker will speak to you on your own, or even speak to teachers on your behalf.
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Q: I don't have any symptoms of an STI, should I still get tested? A: Yes, symptoms of STIs can be silent so even if you have no signs it is important to get checked out just to make sure.
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Q: What happens when I come into The Corner? A: There will be a member of staff at the desk to welcome you when you first come in. You will be handed a tick sheet which lists all of our services and you will be asked to tick which service that you need. We ask you to tick the sheet when you come in so that you don't have to say out loud what service you need in front of other people. If you are unsure just tell the member of staff and they can have a chat with you to find out what you need. Once you have ticked the sheet we ask you to take a seat (you can choose where you sit) and the staff will keep you updated with how long it will take for you to be seen. (This can depend on the service that you are for and how busy we are).
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Q: Can I get pregnant even if I havenít started my period yet? A: Yes there is a chance of pregnancy so it is important to use protection if you are planning to or are having sex.
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Q: My boyfriend pulled out before ejaculation can I still get pregnant? A: Yes there is something called pre cum and there are thousands of sperm in this and it only takes one sperm to get you pregnant.
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What's on @ The Corner

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Launch of Brain Injury Resources

Launch of Brain Injury Resources

09th March 2017

 As part of Brain Awareness Week our newly developed "Keeping (a)head film" and "Puzzled about the brain" resourc... Read More...