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Our holistic approach emphasises the value of helping people to help themselves and each other, working with our dedicated team of living well specialists to identify opportunities for personal growth. 

Services we offer

  • One-to-one support.
  • Peer group meetings.
  • Life skills development.
  • Training, workshops and activities.

Accessing our services


If you need to access support from us, or would like to make a referral, then get in touch via email to [email protected] or call 0141 206 2010.

We’ll arrange to assess your needs and see how we can help.

Becoming a peer for the project


If you have lived experience of HIV and/or hepatitis C, live in Scotland and want to become a peer volunteer for the project, we'd love to hear from you. We have a structured recruitment and training programme for volunteers.

For more information, please email [email protected] or call 0141 206 2009.

Local peer support groups




  • Thursday 17 January – Confidence Building and the STAR technique
  • Thursday 24 January – Stress Management and Teamwork
  • Thursday 31 January – Introduction to Basic Sign Language and Deaf Awareness for Peers (2-5pm workshop with limited spaces, please book in advance)
  • Thursday 7 February – Introduction to Mindfulness Taster (limited spaces, please book in advance)
  • Thursday 14 February – Creative Writing
  • Thursday 21 February – Nutrition and Living Well
  • Thursday 28 February – Celebration Ceremony


  • Morning wellbeing activities, 10am-12pm
  • Group discussion and lunch, 12pm-2pm
  • Skills development workshops, 2pm-4pm

For further information contact [email protected].


Dates: Last Saturday of each month from 26 January

  • Group meeting, 10am-1pm

For further information contact [email protected].


Dates: Third Thursday of every month from 16 January

  • Group meeting, 5.30-7.30pm

For further information visit or contact [email protected].

About us


The Peer Support Scotland project launched in July 2017. It's delivered by Terrence Higgins Trust Scotland and is funded for three years by the National Lottery Community Fund.