Our Online Advice service is a great resource for anyone living with HIV in the UK.
If you would like an appointment with an Online Advisor you need to be a member of myHIV.
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Our Online Advice service is available to all members of myHIV who are HIV positive and based in the UK. It's important that you select your HIV status during registration, as access to online services is restricted to users who meet these criteria.
I can help you navigate the benefits maze and advise you with your legal problems across these areas:
If you are experiencing problems with certain areas of your life I can provide you with information, offer you legal advice in social welfare law, and refer you to other people who can give you specialist help.
Our advisors can give you ad hoc advice over WhatsApp.
After you initial assessment, ask your advisor to be added to their WhatsApp contacts list.
The advisor won't always be immediately available - watch out for their availability status in the app - but they will usually answer your question within 2 working days.
Read the information on this page carefully - it's important that you know the terms and conditions of this service and how your privacy is protected.
I have been trained in the areas of housing, homelessness, debt, welfare benefits, immigration to Level 1, employment, domestic violence, welfare benefits, mental health awareness and suicide intervention.
Our service is confidential and your information is handled in accordance with the Data Protection Act. I will only share your information with your permission or if required to do so by the law.
You can find out how Terrence Higgins Trust protects your privacy and confidentiality in general on our Privacy page. What you talk about in your advice sessions is treated as confidential. Your details will not be passed on to anyone outside Terrence Higgins Trust without your permission. There are only a few circumstances when we would consider breaching confidentiality: if you are in danger of hurting yourself or others, or if we’re legally required to do so.
Your electronic communications in Online advice may be recorded. We use the data you provide specifically to deliver the service. The data we hold is kept for 12 months and then securely archived for a further five years in accordance with legal requirements and THT policy. It’s important that you read the information on this page before you apply – as well as our terms and conditions for the service.
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