Welcome to the Kirklees Young People Friendly Website!

This site offers up to date information on Sexual Health Services available to all young people within Kirklees.

If you want to know more about the various contraception available, symptoms and causes of Sexually Transmitted Infections, and building positive relationships then you’ve come to the perfect site!

All places indicating that they have received KYPF accreditation on this site have been assessed to ensure they are providing the highest possible Sexual Health Service to all young people in Kirklees as we believe you have the right to access health services that are Welcoming, Friendly, Non Judgmental, Confidential, Free, Accessible and Safe. So look out for the KYPF logo on a window at your local health centres, doctors, youth clubs, etc…



If you have decided to become sexually active, the BEST way to avoid contracting STIs is by using a condom; other… Read More ›



Anyone who has had sex without using a condom may be at risk of contracting an STI, and some types… Read More ›

Sex, The Law & You

Sex, the Law, and You

What is the law on sex? It is legal for you to consent to have sex from the age of… Read More ›

C-Card Scheme


Welcome to the Kirklees C-Card Scheme! Some of you may have accessed or may be currently accessing condoms and sexual… Read More ›

Latest News

December 22, 2014


Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas a Happy New Year from the KYPF Team.

December 1, 2014
HIV Band

World AIDS Day – 1st December 2014!!

Want to know more about HIV? Contact the Brunswick Centre on 01422 341 764 / 01484 469 691 www.thebrunswickcentre.org.uk

November 24, 2014


NATIONAL HIV TESTING WEEK – 22nd to 30th November 2014 Free, rapid HIV tests (no appointment necessary) with results available… Read More ›

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