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This section provides useful links to other websites related to sexual health.MSHC accepts no responsibility as to the content or accuracy of these links.
The websites are broadly grouped under the following categories. Click on the categories below for relevant websites.
Young people's health:
The Better Health Channel website was founded in 1999 by the Victorian Department of Human Services, Australia as a consumer health information website for the Victorian community.
The site’s aim has always been to provide free health and medical information in an easy to understand format and language.
Thanks to the support of Better Health Channel visitors, partners and staff, what started as a modest website of around 100 facts sheets has now become a large repository of over 1,770 facts sheets, hundreds of healthy recipes, interactive features and health tools, directories and more.
Web site of the New Zealand Dermatological Society, aims to provide authoritative information about the skin for health professionals and patients with skin diseases.
Education and Resource Centre, The Alfred:
The Education and resource centre is a free statewide community service for all Victorians. They provide information on HIV/AIDS, hepatitis and sexually transmissible infections (STIs). This is a great site for nursing students and the general public.
Australia and New Zealand HPV Project
The Australian and New Zealand HPV Project is about support and education to people with genital warts.
‘Yeah’ is the future direction of HIV education in Australia
Family planning has many clinics in almost all the states in Australia please click on the following links for more information about their services
Family Planning Victoria
Family Planning NSW
Sexual Health and Family Planning ACT
Family Planning Queensland
Family planning Western Australia
Sexual Health Information, Networking and Education South Australia This is a sexual & reproductive health service working in partnership with many different agencies and communities in S.A.
Listed are directory of business and community groups offering services to the gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and intersex community.
GAMMA (Vic) - (Gay & Married Men's Association)
Is the Gay and Married Men's Association of Victoria. GAMMA is a support group for men in or out of long term heterosexual relationships who are sexually attracted to other men.
Victorian AIDS Council/Gay Men's Health Centre
This organisation serves the community of the state of Victoria, Australia. Its primary focus is the health and wellbeing of HIV positive individuals and communities, the HIV vulnerable or at risk communities and the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender (GLBT) community
Australian Hepatitis Council
This is the leading national agency for people with chronic viral hepatitis. It primarily represents people with hepatitis C through the community-based Hepatitis Councils in each state and territory.
Hepatitis C Council of Victoria
The Hepatitis C Council of Victoria Inc. is a statewide organisation representing and catering to the needs of people with hepatitis , their carers, partners, family and friends.The Council works to achieve this through support, advocacy, education and consultation.
Staff at Melbourne Sexual Health Centre are committed to offering you ongoing support. In addition we have compiled a list of websites which may be useful to you. You may feel that they could be helpful now or perhaps left for another time.
Whilst the internet contains an exhausting selection of information and websites the link below will take you to a list which has a selection of reliable and, we hope, helpful resource specific to HIV.
HIV Information and Services
RHED is a specialist service for the sex industry in Victoria. The RhED site provides a range of health, safety and legal information for sex workers including outreach services.
The Victorian CASA Forum Inc is the peak body of the 15 Centres Against Sexual Assault, and the Victorian Sexual Assault Crisis Line (after hours). Together we work to ensure that women, children and men who are victim/survivors of sexual assault have access to comprehensive and timely support and intervention to address their needs.
Living Possitive Victoria
Living Positive Victoria is a not for profit, community based organisation representing all people living with HIV in Victoria since 1988 and is committed to the advancement of human rights and wellbeing of all people living with HIV..
These are useful links for local sexual services throughout Australia
Pap screen Victoria:
The Royal Women's Hospital. A free, confidential service for all women offering advice, support and referral.The service recognizes that women's health and well-being may be affected by social, emotional and cultural influences.
WHV is an independent state-wide women's health promotion, advocacy and health information services for Victorian women,in particular women with limited or poor access to services. It is one of two state-wide and nine regional women's health services which make up the Victorian Women's Health Program.