Call 1-800-739-7367 or 604-731-7803. It is a free, confidential sexual health hotline that operates from 9am to 9pm Monday to Friday. If you prefer to email your question instead, you can fill out their email form on this page.
You can ask any question, and an educator will answer it. They are also great at connecting people to resources. If you don’t see what you’re looking for among the other resources on this page, call the Sex Sense Line. They’re probably your best bet to find it.
A British Columbia organization focused on sexual health, serving all ages, genders and orientations. They operate clinics throughout greater Vancouver where you can get low-cost contraception, or testing & treatment for sexually transmitted infections.
A web service provided by the BC Centre for Disease Control with medically accurate, up-to-date information about sexually transmitted infections, plus an interactive Google Map showing every STI Clinic in all of British Columbia.
Website with comprehensive, supportive sexuality and relationships info for teens and emerging adults. People can either read through a collection of readers’ questions & educators’ answers, or submit their own question.
A sexual health education organization that often has curriculum-based sexual health education classes aimed at adults with cognitive disabilities in the Lower Mainland.
Sexual health education and related counselling aimed at people with cognitive disabilities and their supporters in the Okanagan and Lower Mainland regions.
Sexual health education aimed at people with cognitive disabilities and their supporters in the Lower Mainland.
Did you know? Most people on Social Assistance or Disability Benefits are covered under Fair Pharmacare for free birth control pills, contraceptive injections, or hormonal IUDs.