Welcome to the Rättvik Youth Guidance Centre (Ungdomsmottagning)
You can ask about anything at the Youth Guidance Centre and there is no charge for your visit.
The role of the staff is to promote health and prevent ill-health. We want you to feel free to come to us with any of your questions or worries, big or small.
You do not need to get a referral to see us and attendance is completely voluntary.
Our work includes individual advice sessions, examinations and treatment, and also outreach work.
Staff are bound by professional secrecy.
UMO is an online service for young people aged 13 to 25.
The website has information about sex, health and relationships, and there’s a place where you can ask UMO staff questions anonymously.
You can also get useful suggestions about what to do if you’re not feeling well.
Visiting the Youth Guidance Centre
You choose for yourself if you want to visit a Youth Guidance Centre.
You can go there to get answers to questions and help with lots of things to do with being a young person.
– for example if you:
- need someone to talk to
- have questions about sex
- have questions about relationships
- feel down or stressed
- are being subjected to violence or mistreatment
- have difficulty with food and eating
- want to know how to protect yourself from sexually-transmitted diseases
- want to know how to prevent yourself getting pregnant
- want to get tested for a sexually-transmitted disease
- want to get a pregnancy test
- need emergency contraception
- have worries about your body
- need condoms
You can ask anything you like at the Youth Guidance Centre until the age of 25..
Opening hours – Drop-in
Tuesdays, 1 pm–6 pm, drop-in midwife and nurse service.
Appointments with the welfare officer (book during our Tuesday opening hours).
Rättvik Youth Guidance Centre (Ungdomsmottagning)
Ågatan 4 D, Ground floor
795 30 Rättvik
Denna sida uppdaterades 2017-02-28 av Nina Eriksson