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Supporting Scotland’s African Communities

Waverley Care has a long history of working with people from African communities across Scotland, to improve their health and wellbeing.

What we do


We work with people in African communities across Scotland to help improve their health and wellbeing.

In particular, we work to raise awareness of HIV, focusing on getting people tested, and helping prevent new infections. If you are living with HIV, we can also provide a range of one-to-one and group support to help you in whatever ways you need.

Alongside HIV, we can support you with other issues that may be affecting you, such as housing, benefits and accessing specialist support with asylum and immigration issues.

You can find out more about the specific support that we offer in the sections below.

We’re also keen to work with local businesses, community groups, country associations and faith groups that serve people in African communities to find ways to improve health and wellbeing.

About HIV

Our Services

We offer community-based services and support for people living in Glasgow, Edinburgh, the Lothians, Forth Valley and Lanarkshire, alongside national research exploring the needs African communities across Scotland.

Information, Advice and Support
HIV Prevention and Sexual Health
HIV Testing and Support
Free Infant Formula for mothers living with HIV
Faith and Health

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