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Covid-19 and HIV

Following the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, Positively UK is suspending all group activities and one-to-one support and clinical outreach until further notice.We appreciate that people living with HIV feel particularly anxious and concerned about the spread of COVID-19. We are doing everything we can to keep our support services running and ensure that  our service users are protected and supported during this difficult time.Therefore, in the coming weeks, we will increase our phone and WhatsApp group support. We will pilot and test new services, such as Facebook livestreaming sessions, GoToMeetings, online peer mentoring and virtual museum tours. Please refer to our website for updates. You can e-mail any suggestions to info@positivelyuk.org or your peer support caseworker.If you feel anxious or distressed, or if you simply need a listening year, please e-mail your support caseworker or info@positivelyuk.org. You can also call us on 02077130444 and the duty staff member will ensure your
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Social Outings

Social Events for ALL People Living With HIV

Do you fancy a Thames boat cruise with lovely views and scores of London's landmarks? Or a cobweb-blowing walk along Brigton's promenade? Are you up for a trendy macaron masterclass or willing to learn how to make delicious Thai food? During our Service User Forum, many of you told us you wanted to attend social events open to all people with HIV. We are delighted to inform you that the healthcare company BUPA has generously provided us funding for four social outings that are open to everyone living with HIV in 2020. Help us decide on the themes of these outings by voting for your top four before 16th March 2020. VOTE FOR YOUR TOP FOUR THEMES
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recruitment

Join our team!

Do you have the drive to support people living with HIV to improve their knowledge, confidence and connections? We have several new job opportunities for passionate people with experience in providing welfare advice or working with young adults, women or volunteers. Visit our recruitment page for more information.
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