Whatever is on your mind, NHS Tayside and Terrence Higgins Trust Scotland are here to support you!
Through our Health Promotion Specialist we can help you out with issues related to hate crime, coming out, homophobia, transphobia, biphobia, low-self esteem, support around a diagnosis and telling parents, your family or friends about your HIV status; but this list doesn’t cover everything!
If you come to us with an issue that we can’t help you with, or don’t know the answers to, we will probably know someone who will. Don’t be scared, it’s best to ask! Support can be given in an environment which suits you. This could be your home, a café/coffee shop, work, school, college, university or at any one of our MOT clinics. It’s up to you!
Terrence Higgins Trust Scotland can also offer a free counselling service through one of our many trained Counsellors in Scotland.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 07880 172047 and you can chat things through and make arrangements. All support, like with any other aspect of our one to one services, is completely confidential and the information you share with us will not be shared with any other organisation or person, including NHS Tayside, without your explicit consent.
If online or telephone support is more your thing, there a number of other ways to contact Terrence Higgins Trust. Although these are national services run by the charity from London, they are still appropriate and relevant for you in Scotland.
Take a look at their website - THT Direct
You will also find contact details for a number of organisations in our links page that can offer support for a variety of topics.