Sex Workers’ Outreach Project (SWOP Sussex); confidential and non-judgemental service for women who live or work in Brighton & Hove
SWOP is for:
– self-identifying women.
– non-binary people who work in the sex industry as women.
– any woman who sells or exchanges sexual services regardless of immigration status.
(You are not obliged to give personal details if you contact SWOP for information or advice.)
• Advice and information on health, well-being and safer working.
• Free condoms and lubricant
• Emotional support if you are feeling isolated
• Support and advice if you have experienced violence, abuse, stalking or harassment (at work or in personal life)
• Information on sex work, the law and your rights
• Advice or support if your income or well-being are affected by COVID-19.
• Support and advice if you or someone close to you are worried about use of drugs or alcohol.
• Referrals & signposting to other services (physical or mental health, money advice, housing, immigration and peer support)
SWOP can also offer more in-depth support: this includes longer term 1:1 support, outreach and advocacy, if you are in a situation that you are not happy with and would like to make changes.
See the SWOP Sussex web-page for more info, contact details and safer working advice or call / text Mel: 07801 376158 / 01273 675526
PRO(TECT); sex workers outreach project for men in Brighton & Hove
PRO(TECT) is Terrence Higgins Trust’s confidential tailor-made service dedicated to men and anyone who identifies as male living or working within Brighton & Hove and the surrounding areas.
The comprehensive one-stop service provides:
- Fastest HIV and syphilis testing at 61 Ship Street with results in 20 minutes
- Fast track access to SHAC services for a full sexual health screen with no appointment necessary
- Free and bespoke safer sex resources which can be delivered to your door
- A confidential space to talk about any issues which are affecting you through our Face2Face service
- Free alerts to your phone about local punters who should be avoided
- Connecting you to other local services
For further information please email firstname.lastname@example.org, call 07423 003020 or 01273 764200 and ask for the Protect worker, or pop into 61 Ship Street, Brighton, BN1 1AE
**SHAC offers a fast track service for all sex workers, contact one of the above services to find out how it works**
If you or someone you know has been affected by sexual assault visit this page
If you identify as trans, non-binary or gender variant then pop along to our sexual health Clinic T