Now available: Re:Assure Women's Project report
A dedicated project for refugee, asylum-seeking and migrant women who are living with HIV and who have experienced traumatic events.
Read about the aims and how it was set up.
Click here to download the report on Re:Assure Women's Project: (PDF).
The Re:Assure programme is co-funded by Comic Relief and The City Bridge Trust.
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We have a wide range of practical and complementary services for people living with HIV. These include individual counselling and advice sessions, support groups, help getting your correct benefit entitlements as well as courses, information and various free services.
Working in partnership with other HIV charities and health care professionals in London, we will always signpost you to who can help you the best.
For details about all our courses, events and activities, visit our ‘What’s happening’ page.
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- If you’ve recently been diagnosed with HIV, and unsure what to do next, our course can help to answer those questions you have or uncertainties you are facing. Our Living Well page, will help you get on with life and keeping well. While our advice team can answer or help you with your benefit and housing concerns and queries.
- Our health and wellbeing courses include Re:Assure, our dedicated support programme for migrant women living with trauma; as well as support courses for people to help improve their language skills and improve their self-confidence through assertiveness training.
- If you’re thinking about returning to the workplace, but unsure about what to put on your CV about your HIV status and employment history our employability service can help. Plus we can offer interview technique training, to give you confidence.
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