Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI) Information Line

Contact Information
Toll Free Phone 877-784-1010
TTY Phone 887-784-1010
Crisis Phone 877-784-1010
Description & Services
Description of service(s) With immediate telephone access to bilingual Registered Nurses the Sexually Transmitted Infections Information Line provides free, confidential health advice regarding sexually transmitted infections, including HIV/AIDS and blood-borne pathogens such as Hepatitis C, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week via toll-free telephone lines. 
Note: The service can handle Tele-typewriting or Text telephone (TTY) calls. 
The Registered Nurses will provide accurate general information on STI's (including HIV/AIDS and blood-borne pathogens such as Hepatitis C), education, and advice on self-care or can help you decide whether to make an appointment with your doctor, go to a clinic, contact a community service such as a Sexual Health Centre or go to a hospital emergency room.
Hours 24/7
Areas Served New Brunswick
Eligibility All individuals are eligible to employ this service.
Application N/A
Languages English ; French
Fees None
Location information
Located In Community Fredericton
Accessibility Unknown ; ***Note that accessibility is self-reported. Please contact the organization before arrival***
Other Details
Service Level (30) Provincial Government
Service Categories Talklines/Warmlines ~ Sexually Transmitted Disease

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