Chlamydia is the most common bacterial sexually transmitted infection found in young people. It affects both men and women and is easily treated with antibiotics. Around 1 in 10 young people who are sexually active are tested positive for Chlamydia, although most people have no symptoms and have no idea they have it.
If you are aged between 16 and up to 25, screening is free and confidential and easy by simply giving a small urine sample, you will get your results by text message, mobile phone or by e-mail.
You can find out where the outreach team are offering Chlamydia screening by viewing our Calendar