HIV Scotland is the national HIV policy organisation for Scotland. The organisation works on behalf of all those individuals living with and at risk of HIV to ensure that Scotland has the right policies, services and environments to enable people in Scotland affected or infected with HIV to live healthy and fulfilling lives. The organisation therefore engages with people living with and affected by HIV, provides information, training and resources.
18 York Place
Tel: 0131 558 3713
Terrence Higgins Trust
Terrence Higgins Trust Scotland (Glasgow Office) is open to anyone who may require support, information or advice on HIV. There are also special services available for Africans, children and families, gay men, straight women and young people. As well as advice on HIV and Sexual Health, THT provide free condoms, community testing and support.
Terrence Higgins Trust Scotland
134 Douglas Street
Tel: 0141 3323838
Waverley Care was established in 1989. Over this time the organisation and service provision has adapted and responded to the changing face of HIV, incorporating Hepatitis C and developing new areas of focus. Key objectives of Waverley Care include the promotion of the welfare of people with HIV and/or Hepatitis C and those affected; to provide care and assistance and to advance the education and understanding of HIV and Hepatitis C and their prevention.
3 Mansfield Place
Tel: 0131 5581425
Fax: 0131 4669883
NHS Inform - HIV Information Helpline
HIV Scotland are working in partnership with NHS Inform, Scotland's national health information service, to provide information on HIV.
If you would prefer to talk to someone about HIV and find out about services in Borders and Scotland you can call the NHS Inform
The HIV Information Helpline number is 0800 22 44 88. The helpline is open 8am to 10pm every day.