Is a project funded by the Big Lottery to reach 3000 London residents, including young people to help them have a greater understanding of HIV, how it is transmitted and prevented thereby reducing stigma and discrimination in their communities? The main focus is providing HIV awareness, stigma reduction and outreach services for people in London in order to improve their health and wellbeing, engaging them to talk about HIV/AIDS will thereby reduce stigma to access sexual health services in their local communities. The project will also train some interested individuals in Health and Social Care and help get people back into work.
- Peer Support groups
- Back to work Support
- Peer volunteers and support trainings to NVQ level 2
- Health Promotion, Outreach & Condom distribution
- 1-2-1 support and referrals to GUM services