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Established 1985

Berkshire & North Hampshire

HIV Support Charity

Free rapid HIV testing

Newly diagnosed?

Or know someone affected by HIV?

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"Without this centre I wouldn't of had the life I have.

This place opened up doorways for so many people.

God bless this home away from home."

Mark TVPS service user


Let us help you

We can help! We support individuals and provide training and a number of other services.


Come and help

We survive on donations, grants and volunteers. If you can help, let us know!


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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.

World AIDS Day – 1st December
We usually ask people to wear a red ribbon on World AIDS Day to show their support for people living with HIV, but this year we’re asking something even simpler – we want as many people as possible to be spreading the U=U message this World AIDS Day, so tell your friends, your family, your colleagues, the man in the local shop, tell everyone! And of course you can wear the red ribbon as well!

One of the reasons people living with HIV experience stigma is because there has been very little education about HIV and U=U. It stands for Undetectable equals Untransmittable. It means that if someone is taking HIV medication regularly the level of HIV antibodies in their blood stream is so low that they become undetectable so they cannot pass the virus onto anyone else. The U=U message is so important as this can literally halt the onward transmission of HIV.


What can you do this World AIDS Day? 

Wear the red ribbon to show your support for people living with HIV

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