Sex and relationships

Friday, January 26, 2018 | health&wellbeing

Dating and friendships

Outsiders is an organisation for disabled people who want to meet or correspond with other disabled people, who may need advice or help regarding sex, or who may want support to gain their sexual or emotional independence.

There is a confidential Sex and Disability Helpline 11am-7pm weekdays on 0707 499 3527.

You can also join the outsiders club (membership fee: £27.50 per year for wage earners, £14 per year for unwaged).The Club holds regular monthly lunches in London, Ipswich and the Midlands.

To find out more, visit

Is an online dating & friendships service for disabled people. It is free to join and caters for gay and straight people.

Disability Now provides free online personals for disabled people seeking dates or friendship:

West Midlands Lesbian Gay and Bisexual Switchboard offers information and advice on where to meet people as well as help and counselling relating to issues around being lesbian, gay or bisexual.

Telephone: 0845 257 8255 (Voice & Textphone) 7pm – 10pm every night of the year.


Or go to

Contraception and Sexual Health Services
26a Snow Hill, Wolverhampton, WV2 4AD
Phone: 01902 444444
Opening times 8.30am to 5.00pm, Monday to Thursday

Bus numbers 1, 27, and 126

Wolverhampton Pregnancy Advisory Service
19-21 Queen Street
Phone: 01902 421131

The pregnancy advisory service offers advice to pregnant women on their options regarding their pregnancy. Call for advice or to explore the possibility of a home visit.

Terence Higgins Trust
The THT offers help with HIV testing, advice and support on HIV, benefits, housing, treatment etc.

Bond House Bond Street, Wolverhampton,WV2 4AS
01902 711 818