HIV/AIDS Organizations in the United Kingdom
- African AIDS Helpline
African AIDS helpline provides information and resources for Africans in Great Britain regarding HIV and other sexually transmitted infections. Operators available fluent in English, Portuguese, French, Luganda, Swahili and Shona languages. Tel: 0800 0967 500.
The largest network of private UK clinics that offers completely confidential testing for HIV and sexually transmitted diseases. To book an appointment anywhere in the country, call 0870 783 8378.
Brook has 18 centres throughout the UK offering people under 25 free, confidential sex advice and contraception.
- Children's HIV Association of the UK and Ireland
The leading fundraising charity for AIDS relief in Britain.
- HIV i-Base
HIV treatment information.
- The National AIDS Trust
The UK's leading HIV policy development and campaigning organization.
- National HIV Nurses' Association
Written in the form of a travel guide, this online publication provides information about sexual wellbeing, choices and rights for young people.
- Terrence Higgins Trust
Services to people affected by HIV across England and Wales.
- UK AIDS Helplines
- Body & Soul (London)
Supports children, teenagers, women, heterosexual men and their families who are living with or are closely affected by HIV.
- Body Positive Northwest
- Body Positive Somerset
Tel: 01373 836121, e-mail: email@example.com.
- Cheshire Body Positive
- George House Trust
Provides high quality services for people affected or living with HIV in the northwest of England.
- Hillingdon AIDS Response Trust
Tel: 01895 813874, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Naz Project London
Culturally and linguistically appropriate services on HIV/AIDS, sexual health and sexuality for the South Asian, Middle Eastern, African, Latin American and other excluded communities.
- Open Door (Brighton)
Tel: 01273 605706, e-mail: email@example.com.
- Sahir House
Multicultural HIV support and information in Merseyside.
- Staffordshire Buddies
Provides help, support and education around HIV/AIDS.
- Thames Valley Positive Support
Support groups and transport services for people with HIV.
- Wolverhampton Reach
Self-help group for people living with HIV/AIDS.