What We Do

NAZ offers a range of services for people to manage and maintain better sexual health.

For many people, receiving a positive HIV diagnosis can be devastating. The NAZ HIV Care and Support Service is dedicated to enable people to accept their diagnosis and live life to its fullest. Our role is to help newly diagnosed people understand and manage their condition with confidence.

For people ageing with HIV our service commitment is to support you live a long and healthy life within your community.

There are five dedicated HIV Care and Support groups at NAZ:

We can help you with

Understanding your medication and treatment options
Immigration or asylum issues
Understanding benefits, finance, housing / homeless
Goal setting and motivational skills
Disclosure Sexual health
Relationships and starting a family

What support do we provide?

Newly diagnosed support
Ageing well with HIV
Casework and support work on any of the issues above
Monthly support groups

Workshops

There a regular workshops and groups for people living with HIV, view the calendar to see what's coming up.

View the calendar

Joyful Noise Choir – (JNC)

is a choir of people living with HIV. The choir membership consists of people of multi-ethnic, faith, gender and sexual orientation – a truly inclusive and inspirational collective. Since its inception JNC September 2013 has had over 100 participants sign up and has a regular performing group of around 30 people.  

 

It is open to all people living with HIV and acts as a way to reduce isolation, encourage social participation, and to create a sense of community. It has developed into one of the most vibrant services for positive people across London.

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