Please ring us to make an appointment to meet with our Devon Client Workers on 0800 328 3508
Exeter ‘The Centre’ GUM Clinic – NHS Walk-in centre, (31 Sidwell Street, Exeter, EX4 6PD)
Every Thursday – 9am – 12.30pm
Drop-in at Exeter CVS – Wat Tyler House (King William Street, Exeter, EX4 6PD)
Mondays 11am – 2pm
Thursdays 1pm – 4pm
The Gateway Group (Exeter and East Devon Peer Support Group)
A monthly peer social group in Exeter on the third Monday of each month 1.30pm – 4pm. (Please note this has changed from Thursday)
- Meet other positive people in a safe, informal setting.
- Talk openly about any aspect of living with HIV.
- Speak to a support worker confidentially.
- Up-to-date information and resources.
For more details contact Maria Cox on 0800 328 3508 / 01752 254406
There may be times when these services are not available due to bank holidays or unforeseen circumstances. We’ll keep you informed of any changes.
For more information about The Gateway Group please click here.
Please ring us to make an appointment to meet with our Torbay Client Worker on 0800 328 3508 / 01752 254406 or email email@example.com
Torbay GUM Clinic, Torbay Hospital
(Newton Road,Torquay,TQ2 7AA)
Tuesdays 2pm – 4.30pm – call 0800 328 3508 / 01752 254406 for an appointment
Please ring us to make an appointment to meet with our Plymouth Client Workers on 01752 254406 or 0800 328 3508
Plymouth GUM Dates
Every Monday – 1pm to 7pm
Please ring us to make an appointment to meet with our North Devon Client Worker on 01752 254406 or ring 07587 638 811.
Barnstaple Outreach Dates 2012/2013
The Castle Centre, 25 Castle St, Barnstaple, EX31 1DR
First and third Wednesdays of each month from 9.30am to 2pm
The Castle Group; Barnstaple meets every other month and provides an opportunity for people to meet in a comfortable, relaxed and confidential space. Please bring snacks to share. 6-8.30pm
Contact Anne Parker for details of dates and location firstname.lastname@example.org 07587 638 811 / 01752 254406 / 0800 3283508
(images taken from event for HIV positive people in 2011)