Thames Valley Positive Support

About

Services available from Thames Valley Positive Support (TVPS):

- Support for people living with HIV, including one-to-one support, peer support, advice and advocacy, counselling and an open house sessions at their venue in Slough, and monthly meet-ups in Reading and North Hampshire
-HIV testing - in person at one of their Berkshire venues or by requesting a testing kit in the post.
- Chemsex support - guidance on safe drugs use to prevent you or others from contracting HIV or sexually transmitted diseases.
- Wellbeing Hub - online resources on their web-site to assist with self-management of wellbeing.


HIV Support Service office: Open Monday to Friday: 8.30 - 16.30.

Please get in touch for centre and meet-up addresses, due to confidentiality, these are not widely publicised:

About Thames Valley Positive Support

Thames Valley Positive Support (TVPS) has been supporting people affected by HIV across Berkshire since 1985. With centres in Slough and Reading, and a virtual support service in North Hampshire, our support is vital due to the high prevalence of HIV in our counties. Our work encompasses HIV support, awareness, prevention and testing.

Good to know

User Cost/Charge Information
HIV Testing: on-site, community, or postal testing

Find out more

Thames Valley Positive Support

Telephone
01628 603400

Email
office@tvps.org.uk

Website
https://www.tvps.org.uk/

Location

No specific location.

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