Group Peer Support: All In

Do you want to meet other people living with HIV?

Life with an HIV diagnosis can be lonely at times. All In is a peer support group where you can meet with other people living with HIV, socialise and gain new skills. Some events are also open to families and partners.

It is a confidential, welcoming space where you can be open about your diagnosis, free from the fear of stigma or discrimination.

We deliver this service jointly with Terrence Higgins Trust. Between us we host at least one event or workshop per month.

Our next ‘All In’ event is a workshop for friends, family and partners of people living with HIV:

Friends and Family Workshop

Saturday 12th November 1pm-5pm

This workshop provides a friendly and safe environment for family, friends and partners to learn more about the condition, to ask questions they may otherwise be too afraid to ask and to share experiences. You will hear from people living with HIV who will share what support they wanted when they shared their diagnosis with a loved one. Refreshments will be provided.

Please contact us to find out more and/or book your place!

 

Here is what some people have said about attending our group events:

“I really appreciate to have attended this workshop because I have more knowledge about HIV”

“Doing art was dynamite. It gave me the opportunity to interact with other people.”

“Good to meet other people and people of my age – feel less alone”

“……  events like Friday seem to fuse us all together in a spirit of mutual support which, I for one, am very grateful.”