C-card scheme overview
The C-card scheme offers young people (aged 13-24) in Bath and North East Somerset free condoms, sexual health and relationships information and advice. Before being issued with a C-card, young people are required to register with the scheme. This includes a consultation with a trained worker. Once issued with a C-card, the young person can collect free condoms from a number of local outlets (pharmacies, youth services etc.) without further consultation.

Project aim
We’re aiming to improve the C-card (free condom scheme) in Bath and North East Somerset and would really like to hear from young people aged 13-24 years old. We’d appreciate your views on how you think the service could be improved.

This survey is anonymous, please do not provide any personal information, including anything that may identify you. However, if you inadvertently include personal information, we will remove it.

BANES Consultation and Service Privacy Notice
https://beta.bathnes.gov.uk/council-privacy-notices/consultations-and-surveys-privacy-notice

If there is anything that you would like to talk to someone about after completing this questionnaire, please contact a trusted adult. You can text your school nurse via the ChatHealth service on 07507334357 from Mondays to Fridays 09:00-16:00. You can also contact the Riverside Sexual Health Clinic on 01225 826855 or Childline on 0800 1111 (childline.org.uk). 

Further information and advice on sexual health is available on the SAFE BANES website at https://www.safebanes.com/.

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