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From Pregnancy to Baby and Beyond: Preliminary Findings from an Evaluation of the Pilot Programme
Community Innovation: Achieving sexual and reproductive health and rights for women and girls through the HIV response
Want to Talk
Want to talk to another person living with HIV? Call the peer support helpline on 020 7713 0222, weekdays 10am to 4pm.
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Pregnancy and Beyond
HIV Positive and Pregnant? Or are you, or your partner, HIV positive and you want to get pregnant?
If you were diagnosed while pregnant, are having your first child since your diagnosis, or are living with HIV and planning to get pregnant, we can provide emotional and practical support including information about reducing the risk of onward transmission and treatment options.
If you would like to receive support and information or talk to someone else who has had a child whilst living with HIV then please call 020 7713 0444 and ask for Angelina or email email@example.com.
Pregnancy Journey Workshops
We also run a series of workshops titled 'The Pregnancy Journey' covering key topics including:
Were you diagnosed with HIV antenatally or have you had a baby after an HIV diagnosis and would like to help others in a similar situation?
Then why not volunteer your time as a Mentor Mother and make a difference
to someone who is HIV positive and pregnant
or considering pregnancy?
If you can spare a few hours a week and feel you could use your experience to support others then we'd love to hear from you. You'll be given comprehensive training and continued support as well as the opportunity to develop new skills and meet new people.
For more information click here.