Derbyshire residents have been invited to have their say on the county council’s plans to develop sexual health services.
The council carried out the first stage of a review in January and has used comments from the feedback to draw up plans.
It now wants to know if residents feel the proposals meet their needs and the right issues are being prioritised.
Derbyshire County Council cabinet member for health and communities Dave Allen said: “Derbyshire overall has a good level of sexual health and we’d like to hear different views from as many people as possible to help us provide the right services to improve these results further.”
The second stage will now focus on how the council’s plans for future service provision will meet local people’s sexual health needs, how easy services are to access – and an opportunity for people to suggest any improvements.
Residents do not need to have used sexual health services to take part in this consultation.
Find out more and take part at www.derbyshire.gov.uk/sexualhealth.
The consultation will run between Friday 11th April and Friday 9th May.