The impact of laws and policing on sex workers’ lives


Specialist sex worker clinical services

Our clinics are free and confidential (regardless of your nationality or immigration status)

We offer a translation service by telephone in your language

We provide:

Open Doors Homerton

No appointment necessary

Walk in, or call to tell us you are coming
13.30 to 15.30
Contact: Esther 07984 401 346

Website : Open Doors Homerton

Clifden Centre

Homerton University Hospital, Homerton Row, E9 6SR
020 7683 4103


Clinic S

Inclusive of all women, men, trans* and gender non-binary individuals.

We have 2 clinics offering confidential advice and support especially for sex workers and those working in the adult entertainment industry called Clinic S.

Services Provided by Clinic S:

  • sexual health advice
  • testing and treatment for sexually transmitted infections
  • advice on safety at work
  • hepatitis B vaccination
  • emergency contraception & a full range of contraception including injections, pills, patches, IUDs and implants
  • cervical smears
  • free condoms, lube, sponges and dams
  • access to other support services including the sexual health psychology service
  • National Ugly Mugs (NUM) information – NUM is a scheme for sex workers to confidentially report incidents and receive warnings about dangerous individuals. NUM supports the safety of sex workers and advocates for their rights.
Clinic S at Ambrose King Centre

Mount Terrace
Royal London Hospital
E1 2BB
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Opening times

Thursday: 1pm – 3pm walk in or appointments (Portuguese speaking advocate available)
Friday: 9am – 11.30am walk in or appointments
To be seen in Clinic S please call/ WhatsApp/text Kim Leverett on 07976564 539


56 Dean Street –

SASH (Turning point) –

London Friend –


Other local sexual health clinics 


Sir Ludwig Guttmann Health and Wellbeing Centre

40 Liberty Bridge Road
East Village
E20 1AS

Phone : 020 8496 7237 email or book appointment at

  • Monday: 8.30am – 7pm (doors open at 8am, close at 7pm)
  • Tuesday: 8.30am – 7pm (doors open at 8am, close at 7pm)
  • Wednesday: 12noon – 7pm(doors open at 11.30am, close at 7pm)
  • Thursday: 8.30am – 7pm (doors open at 8am, close at 7pm)
  • Friday: 8.30am – 3pm (doors open 8am, close at 3pm)
  • Saturday 9am – 1pm (doors open 8.30am, close at 12.30pm)

Specialist sex worker safety and support services

Open Doors –

National Ugly Mugs –

Support and advisory services

Release is the national centre of expertise on drugs and drugs law. We provide free non-judgmental, specialist advice and information to the public and professionals on issues related to drug use and to drug laws. We advocate for evidenced-based drug policies that are founded on principles of public health rather than a criminal justice approach.


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