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"Without this centre I wouldn't of had the life I have.
God bless this home away from home."
Mark TVPS service user
In line with the governments update on working during COVID 19 we thought we’d give you a TVPS service update. For the safety of our service users, volunteers, staff and counsellors we will continue not to offer indoor face to face meetings or drop-in sessions. However, we are now offering monthly, outdoor, socially distanced, meet-ups in Slough and Reading, as well as continuing a vast array of virtual support including one to one support, counselling and a monthly virtual social.
Our working hours have not changed, we are here Monday to Friday 8:30am – 4:30pm. We will be sure to keep you updated with any changes to our services in the future but remember, you are not alone, we are here for you.
We can help! We support individuals and provide training and a number of other services.
We survive on donations, grants and volunteers. If you can help, let us know!
We provide a great support system to people that really do need it, and we can’t do it without your help!
Are you, or someone you are close to, newly diagnosed? If so, please don’t panic!
Thames Valley Positive Support (TVPS) has been supporting people affected by HIV across Berkshire since 1985. With centres in Slough and Reading, and a virtual support service in North Hampshire, our support is vital due to the high prevalence of HIV in our counties. Our work encompasses HIV support, awareness, prevention and testing.