BHA Leeds Skyline provides a range of support services to people living with HIV in Leeds and their partners, families and carers. Our support groups are also open to people living with HIV from outside of the Leeds area.
HIV can be transmitted from one person to another person through the exchange of blood, breast milk, semen and seminal fluids, vaginal secretions and anal mucus.
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Educate your community
Our Community Outreach team gives African men and women the knowledge & the skills to protect themselves from HIV: We work in the community with African groups, organisations and individuals to deliver key messages to enable them to prevent transmission.
HIV Prevention England
A nationally coordinated programme of HIV prevention work with UK-based African people and with gay men/men who have sex with men (MSM). Campaigns, online services, local work and policy work. Working closely with African and gay communities, faith communities, NHS clinics, the Health Protection Agency and Public Health England.
Congenital Heart Disease
NHS England is the body that plans how specialist services are organised across the country. They are carrying out a review of services for people who have congenital heart disease - heart conditions and defects that people are born with. NHS England want to hear from people from every community - so the drop-in on 3rd November is open to all.