Last updated 19 November 2020
We would like your views on local contraception services
The survey is for anyone living in Stockport or in any of the other Greater Manchester areas, and is completely anonymous.
Stockport together with the other 9 local authorities of Greater Manchester have developed an adult and a young people’s survey to find out what the contraceptive needs of residents are and how COVID-19 may have impacted them. The findings of these surveys will used to help shape future contraceptive services.
If you are aged 25 and over, please visit https://trafford.citizenspace.com/adults/copy-of-shservicessurvey/
If you are aged 24 and under, please visit https://trafford.citizenspace.com/adults/young-person-s-sexual-health-services-in-greater-m
This survey is about contraception. By contraception, we mean medicines or devices that are used to prevent pregnancy. Some people also use contraception for other purposes like preventing STIs and menstrual suppression (controlling their periods). There is a question in the survey that asks about why you use contraceptive medicines or products.
Councillor Jude Wells, Cabinet Member for Adult Care and Health, said: “These services are important for Stockport residents and I’d encourage everyone to give their view to help shape the future of contraceptive provision in the borough.”
The closing date for the consultation is Monday 14th of December 2020. Taking part should take no longer than ten minutes of your time.