126 West Regent Street, Glasgow, UK
Our services include sexual health information and advice, testing for sexually transmitted infections, counselling, HIV testing clinics, support groups for people living with or affected by HIV, and financial assistance and advice.
In addition we raise awareness in schools, colleges and universities as well as providing training and consultancy.
Across the whole of Scotland our team are on hand to help as follows:
Applications to our Hardship Fund.
Enhanced one-to-one emotional and mental health support.
Expert financial and welfare advice.
Connection to Peer Support Scotland groups and activities as well as other wellbeing services.
Additionally, for residents in Ayrshire & Arran, Greater Glasgow & Clyde, Lanarkshire or Tayside health board areas, we can help in these practical ways:
Collection and delivery of essential prescription medication.
Help with food poverty, including connecting to local services and a limited provision of emergency supplies.
Provision of other necessities such as hygiene, sanitary and sexual health products.
Assistance with fuel poverty.
Support with digital and telecommunications access.
We'll carry out all essential deliveries to your home using appropriate precautions and physical distancing measures for your safety.
Services are for people living with HIV and/or viral hepatitis