On the first Monday of every month, you can have your psychoactive substances that you want to use at sex parties, during chemsex or for a sex adventure tested free of charge and anonymously at Checkpoint. A cooperation offer by saferparty.ch and the Checkpoint.
How’s it going?
What do we offer?
You can talk to us about sex on drugs in a moral and value-free way. We will inform you about the effects and risks of psychoactive substances that you consume before or during sex or at parties and sensitise you to the possible consequences of your own consumption behaviour. Counselling allows for accurate information about dosage and ingredients, as well as the effects these ingredients can have on you as a consumer.
The offer is anonymous and free of charge. A counselling interview is conducted with each person who submits a substance for analysis. A counselling interview is conducted with each person who submits a substance for analysis. The staff members are bound by professional secrecy.
Contact or questions?
Do you have any questions? We are also happy to advise you without analysis. Do you have questions about sexualised substance use, chemsex, their mechanisms of action, experiences of use, trends or the effects on your health? Or would you like to know more about the substances you use? Would you like to stabilise, reduce or completely stop your consumption during sex or in everyday life?
We will be happy to help you at firstname.lastname@example.org
Book an appointment
Make an appointment for drug checking. Call or book an appointment directly online.
Call 044 455 59 10 to make an appointment for chemsex drug checking. The appointment is anonymous. A time slot and a password will be agreed. The password is requested before testing. Anonymity is guaranteed. Don’t worry, it is not obvious to other people in the waiting room that you are there for drug checking. Please come to the Checkpoint in the regular way and register at the reception on the 1st floor.
To book an appointment online, fill in the required fields with a pseudonym, for example. Leave your correct email/cell phone number only if you want to be informed about cancellations/postponements of your appointment. Otherwise, you will be informed on the spot and will not receive a confirmation email if your email address is anonymous.