The Vallentuna Youth Guidance Centre is available for people aged 12 to 23. We have a confidentiality agreement and all appointments are free of charge.
With us you can:
- talk about things like relationships, self-esteem, depression, anxiety, stress, self-harm, family honour matters, assault or even if you are just feeling unwell
- get help for sexual problems
- discuss and get help with contraception
- ask questions about your body, pregnancy, sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and get tested
- pick up condoms and emergency contraception.
Our team includes midwives, counsellors, psychologists, gynaecologists and STI specialists.
During our Wednesday drop-in sessions between 14-18, you can get tested for sexually transmitted infections, take a pregnancy test and renew your contraception prescription if we have previously issued it and you don't want to change type.
For other matters/questions please book an appointment.
If you would like to book an appointment by telephone, call us on 073 558 11 00. If we don't answer, leave your name and telephone number and we will call you back as soon as we can.
You can also send a text message with your name and telephone number and we will call you back.
Appointments with midwives, counsellors and psychologists can also be booked online via Mina vårdkontakter.
Monday-Friday for booked appointments.
Open Wednesday evenings for pre-booked appointments until 20:00.
Drop-in times: Wednesdays 14:00-18:00.
STI Specialist/Male doctor
Can help you if you have questions or any problems with your penis or testicles. The STI specialist doctor is usually at the centre every other Wednesday between 16-18. If you want to guarantee a consultation with him, it is a good idea to book an appointment.
The Vallentuna Youth Guidance Centre is an LGBTQ-certified organisation. This means that we work strategically with issues related to gay, lesbian and trans people's rights so that we are able to meet people with respect and provide a good work environment for our employees. For more information about LGBTQ Certification, visit the RFSL website.
If you are over the age of 23
You can turn to Safer Sex for advice about contraception, STI testing and advice about sexual matters.