Main Sexual Health Centres

Our Main Hub (Broad Street) for the sexual health service is located centrally in Halifax, within easy reach of the bus and train stations;

Address; 51 Northgate Plaza, Broad Street, Halifax HX1 1UB


We usually provide sexual health clinics at Todmorden and Brighouse, but due to Covid-19 it has been necessary to close them;

TodmordenHealth Centre, Lower George Street, Todmorden, OL14 5RN

Brighouse Health Centre, Lawson Road, Brighouse, HD6 1NY


The HIV service also operates out of Huddersfield Royal Infirmary at South Drive Outpatients;

Huddersfield Royal Infirmary, South Drive Outpatients (The Portland Clinic, HIV) 01484 34 7077.


All locations can be viewed on the map at the bottom of this page, and for further information or to book appointments at our clinics call us on 01422 261370.

To view the opening times of all our clinics please follow our Opening Times page

New- Virtual Tour

Broad Street Clinic tour

We understand visiting sexual health services for the first time so you can have a virtual tour of our rooms from the comfort of your own!  (navigation is easiest using arrows at bottom of the screen when new window opens)

Chlamydia Screening Programme

You can access chlamydia screening at a number of venues including pharmacies and youth services.  The scheme is aimed at people 15 – 24 years old, is free and also tests for Gonorrhoea using the same sample.  If you don’t know too much about the scheme then have a look at our chlamydia screening page for more useful information.

Kits are available as either postal which means you can take the kit home, and post it back through the regular post at no cost to yourself, or provide a sample at the venue itself, and responsibility to return the kit to the sexual health service is with the worker issuing you the kit.  Where postal kits are available this will be shown in the venue information.

EHC scheme

Emergency Contraception in Pharmacies

Calderdale operates an Emergency Hormonal Contraception scheme at participating pharmacies which is aimed at females aged 13 – 25 years.  In addition to this females over 25 and in receipt of income based benefits can also access this service.  EHC provision is available through a consultation with the pharmacist to ensure the treatment is appropriate and where onward referral is required this can be done.  Emergency contraception should not be used as a replacement for longer term and planned hormonal contraception so if you need to access ongoing forms of contraception please contact the service so we can discuss your needs.