Sexual health and blood-borne viruses – information and referral agencies

Needle and syringe program information and support services

Communicable Disease Control Directorate, Department of Health


Provides information about a range of communicable diseases and issues relating to injecting drug use.

Needle and syringe program enquiries

Contact the Sexual Health and Blood-borne Virus Program.

Phone: 9222 2355

Find details of needle and syringe programs (NSP)/needle and syringe exchange programs (NSEP) in WA (Healthy WA).

Where to find information on drug and alcohol treatment

The WA Network of Alcohol and other Drug Agencies (WANADA) and the WA Association for Mental Health (WAAMH) have developed a joint directory of Alcohol and other Drug and Community-Managed Mental Health Services which can be accessed through the Green Book website (external site).

Hospital sexually transmitted infection (STI) and blood-borne virus (BBV) testing

Fremantle Hospital, South Terrace Clinic

Phone: 9431 2149
Address: South Terrace, Fremantle WA 6160

Confidential STI/HIV/hepatitis B and C testing, hepatitis B vaccination. Referral not required. Provides public and community education.

Royal Perth Hospital, Sexual Health Clinic

Phone: 9224 2178
Address: Wellington Street, Perth WA 6000

Confidential STI/HIV/hepatitis B and C testing, hepatitis B vaccination. Referral not required. Provides public and community education.

Other services

Magenta/SWOPWA (Sex Worker Outreach Project WA)

Phone: 9328 1387
Fax: 9227 9606
Address: 122 Aberdeen Street, Northbridge, WA 6000
Visit the Magenta website (external site)
Email Magenta:

Magenta and SWOPWA provide confidential and sex worker friendly services to support and promote the health and safety of people involved in the sex industry. The sexual health clinic at Magenta runs every Wednesday from 10.00am – 1.00pm by appointment, and offers:

  • free STI screening
  • HIV testing
  • hepatitis B immunisation
  • answers to general health questions.

A translator can be arranged for culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) clients and a range of sexual health and working resources are available in many languages. Educators and low cost supplies are available Monday to Thursday, 9.00 am – 4.00pm. Magenta periodically extends outreach to regional areas in the state.

SWOPWA services are for street-based sex workers only. Outreach is provided Tuesday to Thursday afternoons, and Friday and Saturday evenings (2 weekends out of 3). Clients can access free harm reduction supplies of safer sex equipment and safer injecting equipment.

The M Clinic

The M Clinic (external site) is auspiced and managed by the WA AIDS Council and offers free, confidential, non-judgemental STI and HIV screening for men who have sex with men.

For appointments or further information, please call 9227 0734. Opening times are listed on the M Clinic website.

Regional public health units

Visit the where to go webpage for details of other sexual health, STI and blood-borne virus agencies in WA.

Last reviewed: 22-01-2020
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