METRO Safe Space (Poster)

About this service

Please note, this service is not currently running.

METRO Safe Space runs 1-1 sessions on weekly basis and groups on a monthly basis for people aged 4-25 living with and affected by HIV

Safe Space is a free, service for people living with or affected by HIV aged between 4-25 years old. This service can be accessed by pan London residents, with some
elements being restricted to people living within the boroughs of Lambeth, Southwark and Lewisham. Join us in a judgment free, inclusive, safe
space and community, where you can make connections, get support, and have fun

Who can use this service

For a young person to access the youth groups, they must be aware of either their HIV diagnosis or a family member’s HIV diagnosis. If the young person is not yet aware, we can provide advice and support with disclosure.

Why people use this service

  • Job hunting advice
  • Relationship and family advice
  • Clinical support (Lambeth, Southwark, Lewisham)
  • Peer mentoring / 1-1 support
  • Social activities and group meetings, such as outdoor trips to cinemas, theme parks, foodie activities and more

Get in touch

Email [email protected] or call our HIV team on 020 8305 5000. You can refer yourself or be referred by someone who works with you (like a hospital, HIV service or local authority).

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