Naz Latina

NAZ Latina is the heart beat for Sexual Health in the Spanish community. We offer a wide range of sexual health and HIV services in the UK to Spanish speaking men and women, both heterosexual (‘straight’) and people who are LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual or trans). We work with people from the Latin, Spanish or any other Spanish-speaking communities.

We specialise in providing a service that meets your needs in terms of language, cultural and religious understanding. With a culturally sensitive approach, we promote sexual health including HIV, while focusing on how these issues may impact on your everyday life as a Spanish speaker in the UK. NAZ Latina also seeks to increase awareness of Latin American cultures amongst health care professionals.

For further information about our services, or to get support, please call our Spanish-speaking health coordinator Carlos Corredor on 020 8834 0233 or email him at carlos@naz.org.uk

We can help you with:

  • Sexual health and HIV testing
  • Living with HIV
    • Access to treatment
    • Your treatment options
    • Disclosure
  • Language or cultural barriers
  • Immigration or asylum issues
  • Benefits and finance, housing / homeless
  • Relationships and starting a family
  • Family planning and contraception
  • LGBT issues

What support do we provide?

  • Casework and support work on any of the issues above
  • Support groups
  • Counselling
  • HIV testing, care and support and advocacy

We can provide support and counselling in Spanish and English.

For further information about our services, or to get support, please call our Spanish-speaking health coordinator Carlos Corredor on 020 8834 0233 or email him at carlos@naz.org.uk

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