The C-Card is a plastic card that gives you quick and easy access to free condoms from a range of venues across Stoke-on-Trent and North Staffordshire, including a number of pharmacies, doctors surgeries and supermarkets.

How to register for a C-Card

Registration is quick and easy and takes 5-10 minutes. You will be asked for some basic information such as:

  • Name   
  • Postcode
  • Date of Birth

All the information you provide is confidential and will not be passed on to anyone else.

You can get a C-Card at any of our registration sites, which include local CASH clinics.


How does the C-Card work?

The C-Card allows you to get free condoms from a range of places likes GP surgeries, sexual health clinics and pharmacies. You may also be able to use your C-Card at your school or college.

The card will not have any personal details on it like your name, it will only have a unique number on it. On the back of each card there are a number of boxes and one will be crossed off every time you pick up your new pack of condoms.

Once you have filled up all the boxes, you will need to re-register to get another free card.


Where to get condomsC-Card condom card with green logo

You can take your C-Card to any place where you see the C-Card logo and get your condoms without any questions asked.

Find your nearest distribution venue by viewing one of our maps below:


Newcastle-under-Lyme and surrounding area

Staffordshire Moorlands

To find your nearest C-Card registration and distribution sites, you can also call the sexual health information line on 0300 123 0970.


Did you know?

Condoms are the only contraception that protect against pregnancy and STIs. Condoms are 98% effective if used correctly; make sure you know how to put one on properly and read the NHS 'How do I use a condom' guide.

Sexual Health Contact Details

Confidentiality Policy 
We will not tell anyone, including partners, parents, teachers, friends, family or doctors that you came to see us unless you ask us to. Anything you say to us will be treated with respect. There are times when confidentiality may need to be broken so that we can protect you under the law. However, we will ALWAYS try and discuss this with you first. For example, if you tell us, or we think you are at risk of danger or harm to yourself and/or others, we will contact the relevant agencies.  

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