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What is PnP?

Some people refer to the combination of sex with drugs like crystal methamphetamine and GHB as chemsex or party and play (PnP); some simply call it partying. Whatever you call it, if you are someone who mixes drugs and sex and you are looking for some support, help is at hand.

Not everyone who combines drugs and sex will experience negative impacts on their everyday life. However, some of us do experience harm. Some of us might want to reflect on our experiences or change our relationship with party and play.

PnP Peer Chat

A PnP peer chat is a FREE, confidential service led by trained and non-judgemental peers. You can access this service in person, or virtually via video call.

If you PnP, the peer chat can help you:

  • Learn how to party and play safer
  • Assess your relationship with party and play
  • Learn strategies to manage your use
  • Find out what services are available to you and how you can access them

Appointments are run by people who have personal lived experiences around using drugs like crystal and G in combination with sex. The consultation will usually go for about 30-45 minutes. The peer will lead you through a structured chat to work out how best they can help. Peers are trained, and everything is strictly confidential.

When you book an appointment, you don’t have to give your real name if you don’t want to, but the peer will need to be able to contact you. So make sure you leave a valid email address or phone number.

In-person appointments

  • Location: 167 Oxford St, Darlinghurst
  • Wednesdays between 1pm and 6pm

Virtual appointments

  • Tuesdays between 1pm and 5pm
  • Thursdays between 3pm and 6pm

To book your PnP peer chat, fill out the booking form on this page.

PnP Self-Assessment Tool

This interactive tool has been designed for people who PnP and who are looking to understand if their drug use is impacting on other areas of their life, or who are looking to make a change in relation to their use, either by reducing use, taking a break or stopping use entirely.

These resources have been inspired and guided by the work of David Stuart and 56 Dean Street Clinic in the UK.

Click here to get started