- Our Work with NHS Trusts
- Our Work with GPs
- Chlamydia Outreach
- Health Trainer Outreach
- Kent Medway Services
- Our Work with Councils
- Our Work with Schools and Colleges
- Condoms for Young People
- International Services
- GMI Partnership
- HIV Prevention Campaigns
- Media Distribution
- Public Relations Media Statements
The Metro Centre is proud to be a regional partner in NAHIP, the Department of Health's HIV Prevention Programme for sub-Saharan African populations in England. The NAHIP partnership is comprised of sexual health and well being charities and research institutions across England that are dedicated to reducing incidence of HIV transmission among sub-Saharan Africans in England within a strong ethical and socially responsible framework.
For more information please contact Greg.
Peter- First Point
I felt so relieved to have a named First Point worker who I can call if I need to be referred to a particular service.
Sarah - Counselling
The help and understanding I experienced from everyone I came into contact with whilst using the Metroís services was amazing.
David - Counselling
Outstanding people. Outstanding service. Outstanding counselling. Truly something that has allowed me to turn my life around.
Joe - Mentoring
The programme had such an impact on my life that I decided to come on board as a volunteer mentor!
Michael - Counselling
I gained a huge amount of help from the counselling service and would like to thank the service for offering so much support.
Joan - First Point
Thank you so much for taking time to listen to me and truly understand how I am feeling. This is the only appointment I've had regarding HIV that didnít feel rushed.
Simon - Mentoring
By discussing things at such an intimate level with my mentor, I really came face to face with some of the reasons why I was taking chances before.
Abimbola- First Point
It has been a long time since I felt that someone actually listened to me.
Kwasi - Mentoring
During the 6 month programme, I developed a close relationship with my mentor. Knowing that I would have to talk to him honestly about what I did in the previous 2 weeks somehow forced me to be safe every time I had an encounter.
Ebere - First Point
I wish this service was around when I was newly diagnosed. I felt my world had fallen apart around me and I didn't know which way to turn for support. You are offering a very valuable service.