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Partnership-working within Sexual Health Fife
Sexual Health Fife works in partnership with several third sector agencies to improve the sexual health and wellbeing of the people in Fife.
Terrence Higgins Trust (THT) Scotland provides financial assistance and advice, health training, awareness raising and health promotion to people living with or affected by HIV. THT provides health promotion services to the Men who have Sex with Men (MSM) in Fife.
Programs offered by THT in Fife include:
GET RUBBERED: Provides free condoms and lube by post to gay and bi men in areas where accessing free safer sex materials may be problematic. Supplies are sent out on a monthly or bi-monthly basis in discreet packaging. The service is 100% confidential
For more information visit www.getrubbered.com
MyHIV: offers free access to online services, tools and community spaces for people living with HIV in the UK.
For more information visit www.myhiv.org.uk
Waverley Care provides care and rehabilitation for those living with HIV and Hepatitis C in Scotland.
To find out more visit www.waverleycare.org
Positive Scotland is a joint project between the Terrence Higgins Trust and Waverley Care. It provides care and support services to people living with HIV and AIDS (PLWHA) in Fife.
For more information visit Waverley Care (Positive Scotland)
Primary Contact: David Cameron - 0131 558 1425
Addaction is a drug and alcohol treatment and rehabilitation charity.
For more information visit www.addaction.org.uk
Primary Contact: Joe Ormond - 01592 619090
HIV Scotland is the national HIV policy charity for Scotland that provides expertise to inform and deliver policy. Its purpose is to build a society which is well-informed about HIV, with excellent prevention and treatment services.
For more information visit www.hivscotland.com
Primary Contact: (0131) 558 3713
LGBT Youth Scotland is a voluntary organisation that provides support for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) young people in Scotland.
For more information visit www.lgbtyouth.org
Primary Contact: Barry Jordan
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