HIV and Hepatitis C don’t discriminate. And we all have sexual health. That’s why our services are as diverse as the people we support.
Whether you're living with or affected by these conditions, no one should face HIV or Hepatitis C alone. And we want to make talking about and taking care of your sexual health a part of everyday life.
First established in 1989, our many services have grown over the years to incorporate support groups, one-to-one mentoring, social outings, education sessions, and workshops to name just a few. Find out more about the support and advice we offer here.
Through our work, we're also:
- reducing new HIV and Hepatitis C infections
- getting people diagnosed
- smashing stigma
- tackling health inequalities
- promoting good sexual health
If you have any questions about our work, get in touch with us here.
“Sometimes stigma and discrimination comes from the places you’d least expect it but, then again, so does the help.”
"I can take off the face I wear for the outside world and just be myself."