Positive Steps North West offers peer support for gay men living with HIV across the North West region
 Campaign to end 
HIV stigma during 2017

Positive Steps North West is about to launch a campaign funded by the Big Lottery Fund to challenge stigma experienced by gay men living with HIV over the summer and autumn of 2017.

The campaign will be based around the recent conclusive evidence that gay men living with HIV who are on antiretroviral therapy (ART) and are virally suppressed do not sexually transmit the virus to others. This will greatly help to ameliorate decades of HIV-related stigma. Our charity believes that there is a need to widely share this new scientific evidence. 

By disseminating the Undetectable=Untransmittable (U=U) message among communities of gay men and discussing how this is raised in sexual health clinics will help us to contribute towards changing the outdated and stigmatising narrative about the danger from people with HIV. 

If you are interested in contributing to the roll out of an exciting campaign that will help to reduce HIV related stigma please get in touch by sending an email to Andrew, chair of Positive Steps NW at: andrew@positivestepsnw.info

How to Get In Touch

To ask ask for further information about Positive Steps NW or to find out how you can get involved in the charity please complete the form on the contact page or contact Andrew, Chair, by email or mobile:

Email: admin@positivestepsnw.info

Mobile: 07895 194575