Hiv and Aids Contacts List from Disability UK

ACE Project
(AIDS care education project)
020 8646 0649 (helpline/office)
ACE Centre, Eagle Court, 224 London Road
Mitcham CR4 3HD
A support and education centre for people affected by HIV / AIDS disability in Croydon, Merton and Sutton. UK

ACIA (African Community Involvement Association)
0208 687 2400
Eagle Court, 224 London Rd., Mitcham CR4 3HD Voluntary, organisation offering buddying and support, legal advice and advocacy around immigration and housing for Africans living eith HIV.

AIDS Treatment Project (ATP)
0645 470 047 (helpline)
3rd Floor St Stephen's house, 115-129 Southwark Bridge Rd, London SE1 0AX
Latest research and information on new and old treatments for HIV / AIDS

Angel Drug Project
0207 226 3113 (helpline)
38-44 Liverpool Road, London N1 0PU
Needle exchange, basic health care, advice, counselling and support for people who use drugs, their partners &
friends and family.

0207 738 5274 (helpline)
Eurolink Centre, 49 Effra Road, London SW2 1BZ Information for Black and Asian communities. Services include counselling, practical and legal support and training.

Blenheim Project
0208 960 5599
321. Porotobello Rd London. W10 5SY.
Advice, information, counselling and support for people who use drugs, their friends and families. Offers women's day (children welcome), needle exchange, laundry and lunches.

Body & Soul
O207 833 4828
The Royal Homeopathic Hospital, Great Ormond St., London WC IN 3HR
Support and complimentary therapies for women, heterosexual men and children living with HIV.

Body Positive
0207 287 8010
0800 616 212 (helpline)
14 Greek Street, Soho, London W1V 5LE
A self-help group for people affected by and living with HIV / AIDS. Offers a range of support groups,
advice sessions, information room, counselling, therapy groups and various courses.

(Care & Resources for people affected by HIV / AIDS) 0207 792 8299
The Basement, 178 Lancaster Road, London W11 1QU Aims to enable the church to share in a creative response to AIDS. Offers non-judgemental spiritual, emotional and practical support to all those affected by the virus. Including therapies, drop-in, funeral services ,and training courses in pastoral ministry.

Citizens Advice Bureau
Check in phone book for local branches. Provides advice and information on many subjects, but could be particularly helpful with social security, benefits.

City Roads (crisis intervention) Ltd
0207 278 8671 / 2 (helpline)
354-358 City Road, London EC1V 2PY
A short term centre for drug users in chaos. Offering detox, medical and social work support. Phone referral only. Runs 24 hour crisis phone line for drug users and families.

Crusaid Information Exchange
0207 833 3939
73 Collier St., London N1 9BE
Provides a wide range of HIV / AIDS treatments information, much of which is accessed through computer systems. World wide web site.

Cruse Bereavement Care
Cruse House, 126 Sheen Road, Richmond TW9 1UR
0208 940 4818 (administration) 0208 332 7227 (Cruse bereavement line)
This service offers to help all bereaved people through its 190 local branches by providing both group and individual counselling.

(Foundation for AIDS Counselling, Treatment & Support)
0208 348 9195
FACTS Centre, 23-25 Weston Park. London N8 9SY Provides a medical outpatients clinic, advice sessions, counselling, complementary therapies and a gym.

The Food Chain
0207 272 2272
25 Bertram Street, London N19 5DQ
Weekly Sunday meal service delivered throughout Greater London for people who are housebound with symptomatic HIV. Provides three course meals specially tailored to the needs of people with AIDS.

The Globe Centre
0207 791 2855
159 Mile End Road, London E1 4AQ
A day care centre For people affected by HIV / AIDS, offering a wide range of services. The building includes a care, a large meeting/function hall, training and therapy rooms, a gymnasium and garden area. Full disabled access.

0207 610 3904
PO Box 1392, London SW6 4EJ
A church based orgamsation which provides a variety of practical support for children affected by HIV / AIDS.

Griffin Project
0207 373 9826
6 Penywern Road, London SW5 9ST
Fourteen bed specialised residential nursing unit for clients with a history, of drug use affected by HIV and related illness.

Hungerford Drug Project
0207 437 3523 (helpline/office)
32a Wardour Street, London W1V 3HJ
Advice, support, information and councilling for people who use drugs.

Immunity Legal Centre
0171 388 6776
32-38 Osnaburgh Street, London NW1 3ND
Free legal and welfare rights advice and representation for people affected by HIV / AIDS. Provides will-making service at Immunity offices or at advice sessions at Body Positive, River House, Landmark and Lighthouse.
If client is too ill, can arrange home / hospital visit. Information leaflets available.

Jewish AIDS Trust
0208 200 0369 (office)
c/o HIV Education Unit, Colindale Hospital London NW9 5NG
Offers counselling, education and support to Jewish people who are living with or affected by HIV / AIDS.

Kobbler Clinic
0208 846 6161 / 2
St. Stephen's Centre, 369 Fulham Road London SW10 9TH
Pioneering day care and outpatients centre for people with HIV. Information, drop-in, advice and support. Leading research centre for AIDS treatment.

The Landmark
0181 678 6686
47 Tulse Hill, London SW2 2QB
Services include nursing consultation, holistic therapies, social workers, help at home, housing advice, debt, welfare rights, legal issues and transport service. Specific evening for black communities and women. Facilities include TV / video, library, garden, laundry. Fully accessible. Good food and friendly atmosphere.

(London East AIDS Network)
0181 519 9545
35 Romford Road, London E15 4LY
Advice, advocacy and home support services for people affected by HIV in East London.

London Lesbian & Gay Bereavement Project
0181 455 8894 (helpline)
Vaughan M Williams, Colindale Hospital London NW9 5HG
Telephone support and advice for those bereaved by the death of a same sex partner. Send an SAE for a free will form.

London Lesbian & Gay Switchboard
020 737 7324 (helpline)
PO Box 7324, London N1 9QS
A 24 hour phone service providing national and international gay and lesbian advice and information.

London Lesbian Line
0171 251 6911 (helpline)
BM 1514, London WC1 3XX
Help, advice and information.

London Lighthouse
0207 792 1200
111 - 117 Lancaster Road, London W11 1QT
Residential and support centre. Free services include an informal drop-in area, social activities, information service, day care, counselling support groups, creative and complimentary therapies, home support, convalescence, respite and terminal care. Provides support to partners, friends and families. Cafe, Training.

0207 582 5226
38-40 Kennington Park Road, London SE11 9RS
Support and advice for people who use drugs and are HIV positive or concerned about HIV. Services include helpline, self-help, counselling and education.

Mildmay Mission Hospital
0207 6l3 6300
Hackney Road, London E2 7NA
Specialist, 28 room, AIDS hospice center for men, women and children (often whole families), with full counselling and back up. Also provides day care and home care support. A Christian charity.

*National AIDS Helpline*
0800 567 123 (24 hour service)
0800 521 361 (minicom 10am -10pm)
A 24 hour national helpline offering advice, information and referrals many aspects of HIV / AIDS to anyone. All calls are free. Extensive language information available including Bengali, Punjabi, Bujarati, Hindi, Arabic, Cantonese and Welsh. Ring 24 hour number to find out times and telephone numbers for relevant language.

The Naz Project
0208 741 1879 (helpline)
Palingswick HoUse, 241 King Street, London W6 9LP.
Information. advice, counselling and support for the south Asian, Turkish, lrani and Arabic communities.

0207 700 1323
34 Hartram Road, London N7 9JL
Pace is the project for advice, counselling and education. All services provided by lesbian and gay men. Also offers a range of workshops for people affected by HIV and those concerned about safer sex.

Phoenix House
0207 407 2789
47 - 49 Borough High Street, London SE1 1NB
National drug agency offering rehabilitation in self - help therapeutic communities programmes. Runs the Fountain Project to provide the needs of people with HIV / AIDS who wish to become free of problematic drug use.

Positive Discounts
0208 891 2561
PO Box 347, Twickenham TW1 2SN
A non-profit making scheme designed to assist anyone who is HIV positive and living on benefits. Card holders can obtain discounts on a wide variety of goods and services. There are three discount cards available: the Countdown Card, the GBA Card and the Plus Card.

Positive Partners & Positively Children
0207 738 7333
Shakespeare Commercial Centre, 245a Coldharbour Lane, London SW9 8RR
Positive partners: Small, friendly organisation open to all those affected by HIV / AIDS. Positive Children: For parents and children up to age 18 with HIV / AIDS, or who will have parent / guardian with HIV / AIDS. lnfomation and support services. Hardship grants to improve the quality of life of children.

Positive Youth
0207 460 0446 (helpline)
c/o Body Positive, 14 Greek Street, London W1V 5LE
Information and advice, support groups for young people of 25 and under living with or affected by HIV / AIDS. Social trips and other activities.

Positively Healthy
020 8977 4411
PO Box 71, Richmond, Surrey TW9 3DJ
Provides workshops and information with an emphasis on self help for the individual in learning about the range of alternative and holistic therapies.

Positively Women
0207 713 0222 (client services)
347-349 City Road, London EC1V 1LR
Provides a range of free and strictly confidential counselling and peer support services to women with HIV / AIDS, including support groups, telephone and face to face counselling.

Red Admiral Project
0207 835 1495
51a Philbeach Gardens, London SW5 9EB
Provides free, specialist counselling for anyone affected by HIV / AIDS including partners, friends and family. One to one couple and family counselling is available by appointment, seven days and five evenings a week. The Project appeals particularly to people who like a centre to be low profile, personal and highly confidential.

River House
020 8576 5870 (reception)
Furnival Gardens, off Rutland Grove, London W6 9DJ
Drop in centre for people with HIV / AIDS from Hammersmith and Fulham. A safe place for practical and other support.

Mansfield Route 15
0207 7476 1505
The Mansfield Centre, 310 Barking Road London E13 8HL.
Project for people in East London. This HIV / AIDS project provides a drop-in centre and weekly support group for people with AIDS or HIV and friends, carers and family.

Streetwise Youth Project
0207 370 0406
11 Eardley Crescent, London SW5 9JS
Offers free and confidential advice, information and support to men aged 25 and under who are involved in selling sex. Support for HIV positive men who sell sex. A chance to talk about selling sex without judgement.

Strutton Housing Association
0207 608 4300
New City Cloisters, 188 - 196 Old St. London EC1V 9FR
Provides high quality housing and support for people living with HIV.

Terrence Higgins Trust
0207 242 1010 (helpline)
52 Grays Inn Road, London WC1X 8JU
Services include helpline, buddying, counselling, legal helpline, welfare advice, hardship grants, prison visits, support groups. Other activities include health education and the dissemination of accurate information.

Turning Point
0207 702 2300
New Loom House, 101 Back Church Lane. London E1 1LU
National network of over 40 support centres for drug users and their friends and relatives, both residential and day care.

Wandsworth Oasis AIDS Support Centre
020 8874 9229
17 Ram St. London SW18 1TL
A drop in centre for people who are affected by HIV / AIDS, their carers, friends and families. A resource and training centre.

Women and Medical Practice (WAMP)
0208 888 2782
40 Turnpike Lane, London N8 0PS
Health information, advice and counselling service for women in North London, managed by women representing a variety of backgrounds, cultures and experiences. Provides specialist HIV services.

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