The peer support programs recognise that individuals and families sometimes need the support of a friend or a peer. Talking to others who have been through something similar can help normalise what you might be experiencing. We offer a range of opportunities to connect with others.
Our Peer support uses peers as support agents or ‘friends’ who are trained to provide social and emotional assistance and to create a safe and trusting space.
Our services are run for and by men and women who identify as straight and who are living with HIV (HIV positive) Heterosexual men and women often have unique questions and support needs. We offer tried and tested tools and resources, both face to face and online. Learn More
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Straight Arrows run a range of social activities throughout the year. This is a great chance to meet other people living with HIV and share experiences in an informal, relaxed, and confidential environment. Learn More
Here is a list of the questions we get asked most often. We will keep adding to this so keep asking the questions.You can ask the questions in the forum,you can email us directly or drop in to see us. Learn More
A place and space for you to chat with each other and us about topics which might be useful for your journey. It can also be a place to share experienced ideas and submit possible solutions to others with specific problems that you may have answers to. View Topics