Our psychologist can help you with difficulties adjusting to living with HIV, such as how to talk to friends and family about HIV, fear of others finding out, stigma, anxiety about transmission, and problems taking your medication.
METRO is a charity that helps people living with HIV all over South London, Essex and Kent. They specialise in financial advice and emotional support, and they run a social group for gay and bisexual men who are living with HIV. Our METRO worker can also recommend other support groups and counselling services.
We work closely with a specialist midwife, obstetrician and paediatrician to ensure that women living with HIV have the safest possible pregnancy and that no child is born with HIV.
The Wolverton provides HIV care for people aged 18 and above. Care for HIV positive children is provided by the specialist service at St George’s Hospital in Tooting, South West London.
We no longer run a walk-in service however, we still offer same day emergency appointments and appointments in the week including evenings.
Please call the clinic on the call centre number below before attending and we can then ensure to book you into the correct appointment type.