What is C Card Scheme?

The c-card scheme is aimed at young people between 13-24 years old who can register to get a range of free condoms, femidoms, lube, dams, information and advice. The aim of the service is to promote reproductive and sexual. health and help young people to access local services.

What can you get with C card?

A C-Card is a card similar to a membership card that allows you to get free condoms from participating venues such as pharmacies, youth clubs, sexual health clinics and schools. Once you have your C Card you will be able to collect free condoms for your own use from any of the participating venues.

Do C cards expire?

The C-Card can be used at any C-Card Issue Points for up to twenty times. After twenty issues, or after one year, your card will expire. If you want to continue to get free condoms you will need your registration reactivated.

What is AC Card Lite?

Young people aged 16 to 24 (16+) are able to join the C-Card scheme, and can get a C-Card (16-24), at both C-Cards Points and C-Card Lite Points. This scheme is referred to as C-Card Lite as it removes the barrier of the consultation discussion we know can exist for older young people.

How do C cards work?

The C-Card scheme means that you can sign up to get a free card which lets you get free condoms, femidoms and lube across the city. These are the only way to protect you and your partner against Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs).

How can I get free lube?

LGBT Foundation offers an free online condom and lube order service to residents of the UK. If you wish to order a free pack of condom and lube, please click the link below to complete a short order form and we will send these to you via post.

Can u get free condoms from a pharmacy?

Truth: Condoms are available at any age and free of charge from contraception clinics, Brook centres, sexual health (GUM) clinics and young people’s clinics. These services also provide confidential advice. You can also buy condoms from pharmacies and other shops whatever age you are.

How old do you have to be to buy condoms?

16 years
Anyone can buy condoms from a supermarket or pharmacy without being asked for ID to prove their age. The legal age for sexual consent in NSW is 16 years, regardless of the person’s gender or the gender of their partner(s).

Can you get lube with AC card?

The c:card worker will offer you lube, and you can choose between a tube or hand single use sachets.

Who can get free condoms?

The Family Planning NSW Condom Credit Card (CCC) is a friendly and confidential way for young people under the age of 25 to access free condoms, lube and sexual health information. Simply go to a Family Planning NSW clinic or a service that displays the CCC poster or sticker and ask for your CCC.

Can you buy condoms at self checkout?

Most grocery stores and large retailers have self- checkout stations. If self-checkout is not an option, paying for the condoms at a more secluded register in the back (e.g. the hunting section or automobile section) is a good way to avoid crowds of people and you can sometimes also avoid long lines.

Is it illegal to buy condoms at 13?

You can buy condoms at any age. Condoms are available in drugstores, Planned Parenthood health centers, other community health centers, some supermarkets, and from vending machines. All condoms are tested for defects. But, like rubber bands, condoms deteriorate with age.