Been told?

Have you received an email or SMS from the Better to Know website notifying you that you may have been exposed to an STI? This service is provided for people who have or recently had an STI so they can advise their sexual partner/s, anonymously if they prefer.

The anonymous service is offered for people that may find it difficult to contact the person directly, so they can still help to look after their partner/s health, by letting them know. The website sends a message via SMS or email to the number or email address the user enters.

Even if you’re not sure about the message, anyone that has had any sexual contact should have regular sexual health checks. Some STIs don't show symptoms, so testing is the only way to know for sure. This website has contacts for a choice of clinics and Aboriginal Medical Services (AMS) in your area to make booking in for an appointment quick and easy. 

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We acknowledge and pay respects to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as the traditional custodians of the lands on which we work.