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N PERSON | Real Talk, Real World: Sexual Health Clinic Tour
October 12, 2022 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm PDT
SESSION INFO:« Back to all events For our first Real Talk: Real World event, we’ll be taking a free, private group tour of a sexual health clinic!
At Real Talk, Real World, we go out into the community and build on learning we’ve gained in our Real Talk Hangouts. For our first Real Talk, Real World, we will take a free, private tour of a real sexual health clinic located at 3550 Hastings St E, Vancouver, BC V5K 2A7 Ask questions of the clinic staff, learn about what kinds of things are offered, and how to get support making an appointment.
What you can expect: We will meet at the clinic, at 3550 East Hastings Street at 6pm. The tour will take approximately 1 hour. The clinic is a mask-mandatory space. They have extra masks at the front door if you don’t bring one. The clinic is right across from the Kootenay Loop bus loop, and along the 14, 28, 130, 160, 222, and R5 Rapid Bus bus routes. We will get a private, slow-paced tour of the clinic space You can ask any and all questions you might have about what happens at a sexual health clinic We’ll go through the different kinds of appointments you can make: talking to a nurse about getting birth control, emergency contraception, sexual health counseling, STI testing, referrals to other spaces, as well as getting free condoms and lube! The tour will go until 7. After this, we will head over to a coffee shop to grab a coffee and a snack together if you want to join!
– If you want to bring a supporter with you, you’re welcome to! – We do not have ASL interpretation for this event. If you require ASL interpretation, send us an e-mail at . – The venue for this event is wheelchair accessible.
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