For more information, or if you would like to speak to someone, contact details of organisations are below. For men who have sex with other men and are living with a bleeding disorder, you can find related articles throughout the Haemosexual website.
Haemophilia Scotland is a registered charity (No. SC044298) based in Scotland for people who have haemophilia, von Willebrands and other bleeding disorders. We are an organisation for anyone who has these blood-related conditions so we can talk to each other; and we provides a united representative voice when speaking with the medical profession, with government, with the rest of Scottish society, and when connecting with people like us throughout the world.
Telephone: 0207 939 0780
The Haemophilia Society
Willcox House, 140 – 148 Borough High Street
London, SE1 1LB
Provides free & confidential support & information to lesbian, gay, bisexual & transgendered communities throughout the UK.
Local switchboard contact details can be found online.
HELPLINE 0300 330 0630 (DAILY 10AM – 11PM)
11 Sovereign Close
0203 598 3898
National LGBT Domestic Abuse Helpline
T: 0800 999 5428
Emotional and practical support for LGBT people experiencing domestic abuse. Abuse isn’t always physical- it can be psychological, emotional, financial and sexual too. Speak out, don’t suffer in silence.
10am – 5pm Monday
10am – 5pm Tuesday
10am – 5pm Wednesday
10am – 8pm Thursday
1pm – 5pm Friday
12pm – 4pm Sunday
1pm – 5pm Tuesday is trans specific service.
111 is the NHS non-emergency number. It’s fast, easy and free. Call 111 and speak to a highly trained adviser, supported by healthcare professionals. They will ask you a series of questions to assess your symptoms and immediately direct you to the best medical care for you.
Always dial 999 in an emergency
FRANK helps you find out everything you might want to know about drugs (and some stuff you don’t). For friendly, confidential advice, Talk to FRANK.
LIVE CHAT (2PM – 6PM)
TEL 0300 123 6600
Rehab 4 Addiction is a free and confidential helpline for people suffering from drug and alcohol addiction in London.
Tel: 0800 140 4690
NAM works to change lives by sharing information about HIV and AIDS.
We believe that, wherever you are in the world, having independent, clear and accurate information is vital in the fight against HIV and AIDS. It enables individuals and communities affected by HIV to protect themselves, care for others, advocate for better services and challenge stigma and discrimination.
We produce useful information that you can trust, and make sure it is there for anyone who needs it.
THT is the largest voluntary sector provider of HIV and sexual health services in the UK, running services out of local centres across Great Britain.
THT local service centre search
GMFA is the UK’s leading charity dedicated to gay men’s health. GMFA is the gay men’s health branch of the Health Equality and Rights Organisation (HERO) which works to reduce health inequalities for lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans* communities.
The Hepatitis C Trust is the national UK charity for hepatitis C. It was founded and is now led and run by people with personal experience of hepatitis C and almost all of our Board, staff and volunteers either have hepatitis C or have had it and cleared it after treatment.
The Hepatitis B Foundation UK
Raises awareness about the treatment and management of chronic hepatitis B. Just Diagnosed Information
Raises awareness about the need for our 7 million citizens at risk to obtain their Hepatitis B Safety Tests & Vaccinations
Offers advice and information to individuals with HBV infection or to their families and friends, providing a ‘bespoke’ service by phone/email/post. HBV Tests Explained Service
PTSD UK is currently the only charity in the UK dedicated to raising awareness of post-traumatic stress disorder for anyone affected. Evidence suggests that around 70% of people who suffer with PTSD in the UK do not receive any professional help at all.
JUSTRI is a not-for-profit organisation established to work with allies in the healthcare and patient communities, international agencies and the pharmaceutical industry to build successful responses to HIV and related conditions such as Hepatitis B & C.
In collaboration with these allies we initiate and support projects and trainings, supply locally relevant resources, and facilitate international innovation in the provision of care for people living with these infections.
Acceptance without exception
We’re here to let all lesbian, gay, bi and trans people, here and abroad, know they’re not alone.
We believe we’re stronger united, so we partner with organisations that help us create real change for the better. We have laid deep foundations across Britain – in some of our greatest institutions – so our communities can continue to find ways to flourish, and individuals can reach their full potential. We’re here to support those who can’t yet be themselves.
But our work is not finished yet. Not until everyone feels free to be who they are, wherever they are.
Gay directory and search engine for London, England and the UK. Info on thousands of gay businesses and organisations; the gay scene, bars, clubs etc.
The UK’s only LGBT radio station.
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