Condoms

Answer

Condoms are a great tool for protecting us from STIs that are transmitted by fluids—STIs such as chlamydia, gonorrhea, and HIV infection. External condoms are available to be used on the penis or sex toys, and internal condoms (often called female condoms) are available to be used in vaginas, frontal holes, or anuses. Condoms can be made of latex or polyurethane—remember to pair up your condoms with condom-friendly lube!

Services (places for free condoms)

Vancouver Coastal

Health Initiative for Men
www.checkhimout.ca

Qmunity
https://qmunity.ca/

YouthCO
www.youthco.org

Interior

Living Positive Resource Centre (Kelowna)
http://lprc.ca/

ANKORS East & ANKORS West
(Nelson and area, Cranbrook and area)
https://ankors.bc.ca/

ASK Wellness (Kamloops)
http://www.askwellness.ca/programs/health/

Various locations through-out the Interior and the rest of BC
https://www.towardtheheart.com/site-finder

Northern

Foundry
https://foundrybc.ca/princegeorge
236-423-1571

Opt clinics
https://www.optionsforsexualhealth.org/providers

Positive Living North
www.positivelivingnorth.org

Island

AIDS Vancouver Island
www.avi.org

Island Sexual Health
https://www.islandsexualhealth.org/

Cool Aid Community Health Centre
https://coolaid.org/resource/cool-aid-community-health-centre-victoria-cool-aid-society/

Opt clinics
https://www.optionsforsexualhealth.org/providers

Fraser

Health Initiative for Men
www.checkhimout.ca

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