Someone had sex with you (or performed sexual acts) but without you having given your consent. It is important to contact us as soon as possible after it happened on (070) 353 66 88. You may have been exposed to a physical and/or psychological risk as a result, such as an STI or you may not feel yourself.
Together with you, we will discuss the options in relation to PEP, the morning after pill and STI tests. We can also support you in getting the right psychological help if this is what you need.
Outside office hours, contact the Centrum Seksueel Geweld on 0800 - 01 88.
STT test, treatment, results, and warning
We test young people aged under 25 for chlamydia and gonorrhoea. We use a questionnaire to determine whether more STI tests are needed.
We test people aged over 25 for chlamydia, gonorrhoea, syphilis and HIV. If necessary, we also test for hepatitis B.
If you had a test and you appear to have an STI, then you will get treatment from us. This treatment is also free, unless you need treatment for hepatitis B or HIV. In that case, your treatment is arranged through your GP and a specialist.
After you have received an e-mail (which takes no more than ten days), you can see your results on the results website.
If you have an STI , it is important to warn your sexual partners. You can warn someone in person or by using the app, Facebook, or e-mail. Is this difficult for you? You can also warn people anonymously at partnerwaarschuwing.nl. Ask for a code when you collect your treatment from CSG Haaglanden. If you yourself receive a warning, it is important that you take it seriously. Make an appointment so that you can get tested.