Kellett Street Youth Clinic
A free non-judgemental & confidential health clinic for young people up to 25 years of age who are homeless, vulnerable or experiencing other types of social hardship.
When is the Kellett Street Youth Clinic?
First & third Tuesday of the month
Where is the Kellett Street Youth Clinic?
12 Kellett Street Potts Point 2011, about a 3 minute walk from Kings Cross station, and the Kirketon Road Centre.
- Health checks and general health care
- Sexual health testing and contraception
- Pregnancy testing and abortion/termination support
- Condoms, dams and lubricant
- Harm reduction support including Needle and Syringe Program and Naloxone
- Hepatitis care & HIV Services
*Unfortunately we are unable to provide Mental Health Treatment plans or Allied Health Treatment plans. To access these plans, please visit a General Practitioner/Doctor.
Can I make an appointment?
Yes! Call our staff on 9360 2766 to book a time with us.
Can I drop in?
Sure - if you turn up on the day, we’ll do our best to see you.
Do I need a Medicare card?
No, You don’t need a Medicare Card to visit
Do I need to live locally?
No, we don’t have any geographical boundaries. Anyone from anywhere can visit us!
What should I expect when I arrive?
You’ll be welcomed by our staff
We’ll give you a short registration form to fill out.
You’ll be asked some questions to work out how best to help
Some questions may be personal – if you don’t want to answer them, that’s fine
I can’t make it at this time? What are my options?
You are welcome to visit us at the Kirketon Road Centre.
If you just require a sexual health appointment, you can book a time with us at KRC Kellett St