The Worcester Aids Foundation supports people living with, affected by, or worried about HIV in Worcestershire and Herefordshire. They provide information on treatment and adherence, referrals on work, education, benefits and disability, home care, befriending, counselling and more.
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AB Plus works to empower all people living with or affected by HIV in Birmingham and the West Midlands, and advocates for improvements in treatment, care and welfare. They provide many services including: counselling, referrals, several structured support groups and more.
ACCR works for all African people and their communities in the West Midlands region, supporting refugees, asylum seekers and migrants. They provide advice and referrals on immigration, welfare, housing, and education and training on disease prevention and health promotion.
ACET Jersey works to prevent the spread of HIV in Jersey and to ensure equal access to treatment, care and support for people living with HIV. They provide information in English and Portuguese, and offer advice, education outreach, emotional support, advocacy services and more.
Africa Advocacy Foundation supports marginalised and disadvantaged Africans in the UK and Africa to overcome poverty, ill health and social injustice. They provide resources, information, advice, HIV awareness, prevention services and more.
The African Child works to relieve poverty and suffering of children and families and help overcome barriers to accessing health and social care services. They provide one to one support, help with clinic visits, advice and referrals for refugees and newly arrived families and more.
The AHPN is an umbrella organisation of mostly African-led community based organisations that enables Africans to speak with a collective and representative voice on matters of HIV and sexual health, with a mission to advance the health and well being of Africans living in the UK.
Aids Trust Cymru aims to empower people living with and affected by HIV to counter those factors such as fear, isolation, prejudice and social exclusion, which might otherwise prevent them from achieving a good quality of life. They have a Drop-In Centre; complementary therapies; Friday lunch; structured counselling service that can be obtained at the Centre or at a member’s home as well as a women’s group, men's group and carers’ group; and they also provide one-to-one support to members on housing related issues, welfare benefits, hospital visits, etc.
AISD campaigns for the prevention of HIV and works with refugees from a wide range of ethnic and religious backgrounds. They champion equality and right to fair treatment and a progressive home and school education that deals with the issues of sexuality, gender, power and violence.
ARCHRO promotes the health of African Communities by increasing awareness of HIV, mental health and substance misuse. We reduce poverty, advance education, provide information on health, immigration, employment, and undertake policy research and accredited ICT, ESOL and topographical skills training.