Herts Aid Watford & Ware offices are open access (drop in) Monday to Friday.
In Ware from 9.00am to 5.00pm, and in Watford from 10.00am to 5.00pm.
The cordon is near Silam Road, with an investigation launched after police were called just before 11.30pm.
To book an appointment or check services at specific clinics call 03 We provide drop-in / walk-in clinics and therefore we cannot guarantee our waiting times.We may occasionally need to ask you to return to a scheduled appointment or ask you to attend another one of our clinics.Plain-clothed police officers are patrolling a nature reserve after complaints of illicit sexual encounters - including one which involved a man dressed in a yodelling outfit being led around on a chain.All our services are free and confidential to everyone regardless of age or gender. We also cannot guarantee if your chosen contraception or treatment method will be available at your first visit.We have an on-site physical trainer and access to music therapy.
Nursing staff comprise both RGNs and RMNs with extensive experience in caring for patients with chronic mental illness and neuropsychiatry conditions.
Anyone with information that could help the investigation should call police on 101.
Alternatively call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111, or use their anonymous online form at
Our specialist Korsakoff’s Ward provides treatment for men in an environment that encourages cognitive rehabilitation, maximizing functioning and assisting people to progress to the least restrictive environment where they can live safely with an appropriate level of independence.
We provide pathways to rehabilitation and continuing care.
Herts Aid works to improve sexual health awareness across Hertfordshire.