Sexual Health Commissioning Consultation
Cornwall Council is responsible for buying sexual health and contraception services locally and has an obligation to explore options on the delivery of sexual health services in Cornwall. From the 23 May 2016 to the 8 July 2016 Cornwall Council will be undertaking a consultation to find out peoples’ views as to how contraception and sexual health services should be delivered in the future. To support us in reaching as many people as possible, we would be grateful if you could please inform your service users of our consultation by making our survey publically available and publishing on your website. Information on the consultation is available www.cornwall.gov.uk/health-and-social-care/public-health-cornwall/teenage-pregnancy-and-sexual-health/sexual-health
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