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Sussex has launched a new sexual health app for teenagers living in the county.
The new app Free2bme, aims to provide free sexual health and relationship information coupled with signposting facilities, allowing young people in Sussex to gain further support from additional services in and around the local area.
The initiative is part of a campaign to raise sexual health awareness in the county, which is also supported and run by East Sussex County Council and NHS Sussex.
The sexual health service in Sussex already uses social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter to reach out to teenagers across the county.
With the new app, campaigners hope to make young people better informed about sexual health, the risks and the dangers, and overall help them to make better informed choices by providing easy access to the information they want and need.
The new app is designed for smartphones and features a mixture of quizzes and information that allow young people to test their sexual health knowledge, find their local clinic, where to get contraception, request private STI testing kits and set pill reminders.
For more information log on to Sussex Connections or simply download the app from your app store today!