Your healthcare provider or clinic can help you to find the support you need. Here are some of the additional support services that people living in Brighton and Hove have found useful.
The Sophia Forum, raising the profile of positive women.
The Lawson Unit – Specialist HIV clinic in Brighton and HOVE.
Avert – Global information on HIV and AIDS.
Positively UK – peer led support, advocacy and information for people living with HIV.
Body and Soul Charity – Never give up. For young people and families.
Lunch Positive – Every Friday we offer a healthy and enjoyable meal and a safe and supportive space for all people living with and affected by HIV.
Terence Higgins Trust
St Peter’s House Project – offers people living with HIV a safe, non-judgmental and confidential space
to share experiences, receive support and advocacy, and develop new skills. For West Sussex and Surrey.
RISE for domestic violence and abuse, support for women and men.
Mind in Brighton and Hove for better mental health.
Mind Out, mental health charity for LGBTQ community.
Brighton voices in exile for immigration and asylum issues.
Samaritans -We offer a safe place for you to talk any time you like, in your own way – about whatever’s getting to you.
Phone 116 123 (from any phone)
CAB – confidential and impartial advice, including for benefits, work, debt and housing.
Possability People – Disability advice, support, information. Help so you can remain independent and well, in touch with your community, active and working.
Money Advice and Community support Brighton.
Pavilions drug and alcohol services.