Come Correct is:
For young people until they turn 25
Available across London in participating boroughs, find out where at www.comecorrect.org.uk.
Young people can:
Get condoms, lubricant, femidoms and dams
Use any open access point in any London borough once registered
Get more condoms with their card when they need to. The maximum is one visit per week but they may access fortnightly, monthly or less.
A trained worker at registration will:
Explain confidentiality and how the scheme works
Talk about what condoms are and why they are used, including what to do if they break
Demonstrate how to use a condom to all young people (including appropriate disposal)
Offer a private area to do the registration and see young people individually
Ensure all under 16s are Fraser competent
Advise young people where else they can get condoms and signpost to the nearest clinic for other services like STI testing, contraception, pregnancy testing or having someone to talk to