SHARE (Sexual Health and Relationship Education) Services
Provides one-on-one educational meetings regarding contraception, Well-Woman’s exams, STIs, and other sexuality topics. Provides group-level education on sexuality and sexual health topics upon request. Free safer sex supplies available, including internal/external condoms, dental dams, and lube.
Campus Health Services
Provides healthcare services, including contraception prescriptions, Well-Woman’s exams, and STI evaluation and treatment, for all gender identities.
Counseling & Psychological Services
CAPS offers individual counseling and assessment services as well as campus events and small group programs on a variety of topics, including sexual health. Walk-in hours Monday – Friday from 9am to 12 pm & 1pm-4pm.
The LGBTQ Center at UNC offers various resources and educational programs for the UNC-Chapel Hill community. Look here for information on relevant topics, student organizations, scholarships and more.
Student Health Action Coalition (SHAC)
This student-run clinic offers free STI testing, among other health services. Students in health programs can volunteer to be trained to provide services at the clinic to the local community.
Orange County Health Department
They also offer free STI testing and family planning services. The County Health Department website also has information on the many services, topics, and issues they address in the community.
Alliance of AIDS Services Carolina
More free STI testing! They also hold events throughout the year, such as the AIDSWALK + Ride.
SAFE at UNC offers a wide range of resources and information for survivors and allies.
Go Ask Alice!
Go Ask Alice! is a fantastic health resource. The website is maintained by health educators at Columbia University, and it is set up in a Q&A format. The sexual health topics are great. If someone has a question, chances are that the folks at Go Ask Alice! have heard it before and have a great answer already on hand. You can submit questions, too! They also answer questions about nutrition, alcohol/drugs, sexuality, relationships, and mental health.
Centers for Disease Control
This website is a thorough resource for information about sexually transmitted infections. The CDC has excellent fact sheets that clearly explain prevention, transmission, and symptoms.
American Social Health Association
ASHA offers information about sexually transmitted infections. Their site offers an “ask the experts” section and a message board monitored by STI experts.
Planned Parenthood’s “Health Topics” include excellent explanations of different options for birth control.
Scarleteen: Sex Education for the Real World
The folks at Scarleteen are health educators who provide real-world sexual health information. One of the best features of the website is the “Got Questions? Get Answers” discussion board, where people can ask questions about sexual health and a trained sex educator will respond.
Association of Reproductive Health Professionals