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Clinic Support

Clinic Support volunteers are based in Brook clinics, which provide free and confidential information, contraception, pregnancy testing, advice and counselling, and testing and treatment for sexually transmitted infections. Clinic Support volunteers play a key role in empowering young people to make positive and healthy lifestyle choices and to improve their wellbeing, by supporting them through their visit to clinics. This may include tasks such as greeting and guiding young people visiting clinics, providing condom demonstrations, explaining how to use self testing kits and follow up calls to young people moving on to other services. 

Key responsibilities could include:

  • Uphold Brook’s values
  • Welcoming young people into the clinic
  • Guiding young people through their clinic visit
  • Explaining how to use self testing kits
  • Sign posting
  • Calling clients moving on to other services
  • Gathering feedback
  • Confidentiality

Further information

Age: 18+* 

Location: Currently we have Clinic Support Volunteers in Dudley but are recruiting at more locations below.

Further information: For further information, particularly around person specification and benefits to you see the full role description, and click on the location to view addtional details specific to that location.


*We do however encourage 18 to 24 year olds to undertake this role)


We are currently recruiting!

We are recruiting Clinic Support Volunteers in Milton Keynes.

Attend the open day to volunteer in Milton Keynes

An open day will be held on Saturday 18 May 2019, please ask a member of staff at Milton Keynes for further information.

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