Support we provide for people living with HIV includes:

  • Information if you’re newly diagnosed with HIV.
  • Grants to help with short-term financial need from our Hardship Fund.
  • Advice on personal debt and budgeting.
  • Support for people getting back into work.
  • Complementary therapy.
  • Information on immigration.
  • Advice on benefits.
  • Helping you deal with and report hate crime.
  • Disclosing HIV status to an employer.

The exact type of support we offer differs from one centre to another.

Where relevant our services meet the following quality standards:        

  • Community Legal Service Quality Mark 
  • General Social Care Council Code of Practice 
  • Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner (OISC) Quality Framework 
  • British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy (BACP) - Ethical Principles 
  • CORE (Clinical Outcomes for Routine Evaluation): clinical improvement for 65% of clients

Online services


You can get peer support and share your experiences with other people living with HIV by joining our myHIV forum.

We also offer free online counselling for people living with HIV and an online advice service delivered by THT Direct.

As part of Groupwork London, we sometimes run free recently diagnosed workshops for anyone living with HIV.