From Terrence Higgins Trust
When: Saturday 17 September 2016, 12pm to 6pm
Where: Rucklidge Avenue and Furness Road Junction Green (opposite the Harrow Road entrance to Willesden Junction Tube)
In conjunction with Brent LGBT Forum and Terrence Higgins Trust this LGBT community event day offers members and supporters of Brent’s vibrant LGBT community the opportunity to come out and shine. We will have deck chairs, mellow sounds and an ice cream bar.
Contact Us2nd Floor, Unit 53
The Design Works,
Telephone: 020 3815 5730
HIV rates are on the rise in Brent. Those most affected are men who have sex with men (MSM), people from black and minority ethnic communities and sex workers.
Give us a call on 0203 815 5730 if you live in Brent and would like to speak about HIV or sexual health.
What we do: we offer advice and a range of services for people living in Brent to ensure people with HIV live healthy lives free from prejudice, and that good sexual health is a right and reality for all.
For people living with or affected by HIV in Brent we offer group/peer/online support, free contraception, interactive workshops, HIV and sexual health advice and referrals to relevant partners dependent on your needs.
We also provide health promotion and HIV awareness training events for groups/organisations.
Soul BrothersQuestions about your sexual health?
Want somewhere to discuss issues around your sexual identity?
Need support but don’t know where to go?
Terrence Higgins Trust Soul Brothers Brent is a new service aimed at BAME (Black and Asian Minority Ethnic) MSM.
We offer a safe, free and private place for you and others to come and discuss issues you feel you would like support with.
The group meets fortnightly. It is free and confidential and open to anyone who would like to attend.
We offer support around:
- Sexual health
- HIV awareness and prevention
- Mental health
- Peer support
- Group support
- Self esteem
- Substance abuse