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In this section we will be offering a wide range of services for the gay community, from support groups to advice for the young and old.

Gay Parents

NHS Health Support Work

Surrey Police

Broken Chains

HIV/AIDS Support

Surae Project

GUM Clinics

Metropolitan Police

Naz Project London

Married Mens Group

Blanche Heriot Unit


Aurora, Croydon

Cruising for sex

RASASC (rape and sexual abuse)

CEOP - Stop sex offenders

Sexual Health - Herpes

Support Groups

Transsexualism and gender dysphoria

THT Surrey

Life or Meth


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Counselling Directory

Description: Counselling Directory provides a huge support network of counsellors, enabling visitors to find a counsellor close to them and appropriate for their needs.

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groups and support organisations

KENRIC - The largest, longest established (since 1965) national lesbian private membership organisation in the UK - Enquiries to 0870 765 8850
Berkshire Lesbian and Gay Information Network - BeYou
For twenty-four years the Reading Lesbian & Gay Helpline has helped local people with information, support and advice. Hundreds of people contact the Helpline each year, often they have had no one else to talk to about their difficult issues.

HIV/AIDS - averting HIV & AIDS worldwide

AVERT is an international HIV and AIDS charity based in the UK, with the aim of AVERTing HIV and AIDS worldwide.

AVERT has a number of overseas projects, helping with the problem of HIV/AIDS in countries where there is a particularly high rate of infection, such as South Africa, or where there is a rapidly increasing rate of infection such as in the Russian Federation.

And through our highly successful web site,, we take education and information to people in almost every country in the world.

But there is still no cure for HIV/AIDS, and many millions of people around the world are dying each year. More effective treatment is needed, and so AVERT continues with HIV/AIDS medical research to contribute to this.

Check out the Gay section on AVERT

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St Peters House Project

St. Peters House Project is a Redhill based charity that aims to support people in Surrey who are living with or are affected by HIV/AIDS.

St. Peters House Project works to raise understanding and awareness of HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) and related infections. We offer the following confidential services:

  • Telephone helpline
  • Support services for people infected with HIV, their carers, families and friends
  • Comprehensive HIV/AIDS information room and library
  • Awareness Education
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GUM Clinics

Genito Urinary Medicine (GUM) Clinic

GUM clinics are attached to most big hospitals and are strictly confidential. Most clinics have separate male and female sessions, and no appointment is needed.

The GUM clinic provides:

  • Testing and treatment for the full range of sexually transmitted infections
  • HIV counselling, testing, treatment and support.
  • Pregnancy testing as part of a sexual health check up
  • Free condoms
  • Emergency contraceptive pills
  • Support and referral if you have suffered a sexual assault
  • Abortion advice and referral

Blanche Heriot Unit, St Peter's Hospital, Chertsey

Appointments: 01932 722669
Advice line: 01932 722390

Monday 10am - 2.30pm
Thursday 2.30pm - 6pm
Friday 10am - 12.30pm

Frimley Park Hospital , Portsmouth Road , Frimley

Tel : 01276 604105

Monday 9am - 12pm
Tuesday 2pm - 6pm
Wednesday 2pm - 5pm
Thursday 2pm - 6pm
Friday 2pm - 4pm

Farnham Road Hospital , Guildford

01483 573852 - appointments and results
01483 537007 - advice and information

Monday 9.30am - 7.30pm
Tuesday 9.30am - 4pm
Thursday 9.30am - 12pm
Friday - emergency only 9.30am - 1pm with registration at 9am

Leatherhead Hospital

GUM Clinic

Tel: 01372 362845

Mondays 1.45pm - 4.30pm (Drop In)
Wednesdays 4pm - 7.30pm (By Appointment)
Fridays 9am - 12.30pm (By Appointment)

East Surrey Hospital

Tel: 01737 231725

Mondays 2pm - 5.15pm (By Appointment)
Wednesdays 2pm - 5.15pm (By Appointment)
Fridays 2pm - 5.15pm (By Appointment

West Middlesex Hospital
Twickenham Road

Tel 0208 565 5718

All sessions walk in for men. For the first appointment they must attend at least ½ hour before the end of the session.

Ladies - by appointment only

Monday 9.00am-12.00midday and 2.00pm-6.00pm

Tuesday 2.00pm-6.00pm

Family planning only
Wednesday 1.30pm-3.30pm

GUM ladies only
Thursday 9.30am-12.00 midday

Thursday 2.00pm-4.30pm

Friday 9.00am-12.00 midday

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Chat Danger

Chat Danger's website

The Chatdanger website has been created to inform young people about the potential dangers and ways of keeping safe in interactive areas online, such as chatrooms, instant messenger, online games and email, and also via mobile phones. The aim of the site is very much to inform and empower users of these services, so they can use these services safely, and not at all to discourage people from using these services.

Childnet International originally launched the Chatdanger website in October 2000. Earlier that year Childnet had been contacted by the family of a 13 year-old girl who had been sexually abused by an adult who had first made contact with her in an Internet chatroom. The family very bravely wanted to use their story to help alert other parents to the dangers of chatrooms, and to use their words,

"to ensure that some good comes from this tragic episode by raising awareness of the potential dangers of the Internet, particularly chatrooms".

Working with the family Childnet launched on the day the offender in this case was sentenced.

Within the first four years of this site we have received over 4000 emails from children, young people and parents, expressing their concerns, asking for advice and sharing their stories. The emails we have received have been an incredibly useful source of information, where we are able to find out more about the real issues facing users of the technology. Some of these emails have been used directly (with the sender's permission) in policy debates and discussions surrounding child safety on the Internet.

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Cruising for sex

Cruising for sex - sexual health for men who have lots of sexual partners

According to statistics compiled from gay Pride events by Sigma Research, 20% of gay men in London have sex with more than 30 different men every year. Half of those men have sex with as many as 100 different men in a year.

And 10% of them have sex with up to 200 or more. The statistics show that men who are HIV-positive are more likely than men who are HIV-negative to have lots of partners and that the HIV-negative men are more likely to put themselves at risk of being infected with HIV. Cruising for Sex gives gay men an outline of the new research and offers specially tailored advice on sexually transmitted infections and HIV.

It includes new advice on Hepatitis C and viral load, and repeats recent advice that there is a low but very real risk of HIV transmission through oral sex. The booklet is available free in the health information racks in most gay bars and clubs.

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