Get free contraception, including emergency contraception, long-acting reversible contraception (LARC), and free condoms.

You can get free contraception through the NHS at various locations across Haringey. This includes long-acting reversible contraception (LARC) like IUDs (also known as coils) and emergency contraception such as the morning-after pill.

There are many types of contraception to choose from. For information on what type is best for you, visit:

To learn more about different types of contraception, visit the NHS contraception guide 

Emergency contraception 

Emergency contraception like the morning-after pill and IUDs are used soon after having unprotected sex. They significantly reduce your chances of getting pregnant. 

Emergency contraception is available for sale at most local pharmacies or for free from sexual health clinics, some GP surgeries, and participating Healthy Living Pharmacies. As this is a list, consider bulleting.

Find free emergency contraception 

Free condoms for young people 

If you're between 13 and 24, you can get free condoms using the C-Card free condom scheme.

Find out more about the Come Correct free condom card.

If you're over 24, you could still access free condoms from some sexual health clinics and Healthy Living Pharmacies. Please check directly with the service to confirm what’s available.

Find pharmacies providing free condoms 

Long-acting reversible contraception (LARC) 

Long-acting reversible contraception (LARC) are reversible forms of birth control that can last for years after a single treatment. Examples of LARC include IUDs and contraceptive implants. 

If you're registered to a GP in Haringey, you can access LARC at the following practices: 

Further information

As part of the Haringey Deal, we have collaborated with young people and local radio station Unity X to create a series of radio shows about sexual and reproductive health made by, and for, young people in Haringey. The radio shows cover topics such as relationships, sexually transmitted diseases and treatments, condoms, and pregnancy.

Listen for free on our YouTube channel