HIV/AIDS useful links

Take a look at some websites with general advice & support.

Find more specific information on the following topics

Local advice or support

Allsorts Youth Project

For young people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual or unsure of their sexuality

Brighton & Hove Citizens Advice Bureau
Advice about benefits, debt and money problems, housing, employment, legal issues and grants

Brighton Lesbian & Gay Switchboard
Helpline, counselling, roomfinder and youth services for lesbians and gay men

Brighton Women's Centre
Drop-in, pregnancy, counselling, creche, alternative health therapies and legal advice

Counselling service

Sexual Health & Contraception Service (SHAC) 
Information about sex, sexual health, and relationships for people living or working in Brighton & Hove

The Clare Project
For people who are experiencing issues that are or may be gender specific

The Samaritans
Helpline for despairing or suicidal people

The Terrence Higgins Trust
Services, support and advice for anyone affected by HIV


Carers' Centre for Brighton & Hove
Specific support offered for carers of people with HIV
Telephone: 01273 746222

HIV prevention

AVERT - AIDS Education and Research Trust
Specialised HIV and AIDS information service

Brighton Department of sexual health and HIV
Outpatients department of Royal Sussex County Hospital that offer a range of services including sexual health screening, management of patients with HIV, including a young persons clinic and a gay and bisexual men's clinic

The Martin Fisher Foundation

Working together towards ZERO new HIV infections, ZERO HIV-related deaths, and ZERO HIV stigma in Brighton & Hove.

Medical treatment and care

Sussex Beacon
Help with convalescence, rehabilitation and terminal care

National agencies

Independent, clear and accurate information on HIV and AIDS

Jewish AIDS Trust
Education, counselling, financial, practical and social support around HIV and AIDS

London Lesbian & Gay Switchboard
Information and referral for lesbians and gay men

National Drugs Helpline

The Nazz Project London