If you live in Somerset and are:

  • Finding it difficult to access condoms due to the current restrictions

  • A man who has sex with men

  • Trans or non-binary and have sex with men

  • A sex worker

  • From an African community

You can access free condoms and lube through our service. (If you do not want lube with the order please state this in the preference box)

The Safer Sex Pack contains 24 condoms and 24 water based lube sachets. Safer sex packs can be sent as a one off pack, or dispatched to you by post quarterly.

For our condoms by post please complete the form below or call us: 0300 1245010 and let us know you are calling about Safer Sex Packs.

As part of this service you can read the Swish Services (Part of Somerset NHS Foundation Trust) Privacy Statement - please click here

All orders are subject to availability and only available to Somerset Residents who meet the criterial.

Order form

The information that you give on this form is confidential. All of our services are confidential; the only time we might want to discuss you or your attendance with any other professionals is if we believe there is a serious risk to your or someone else's safety or welfare, such as abuse. The risk would need to be serious, and we would usually discuss this with you first.

This scheme is designed to provide free condoms and lube to those listed below who are most at risk of having a Sexually Transmitted Infection including HIV. The condoms are delivered by post in plain packaging.

We may need to check your address is correct and confirm you still wish to receive the condom packs annually using your e-mail address.
(including house or flat number and street name)

Cancellation form

If you are already signed up to our confidential scheme and no longer wish to receive condoms, please let us know using the confidential cancellation form, or phone us on 0300 1245010

The information that you give on this form is confidential. All of our services are confidential; the only time we might want to discuss you or your attendance with any other professionals is if we believe there is a serious risk to your or someone else's safety or welfare, such as abuse. The risk would need to be serious, and we would usually discuss this with you first.

(including house or flat number and street name)