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We offer free, confidential support & advice, training on LGBT issues covering a wide range of subjects, run groups for men, women, youths and trans...
Address:
Gay Advice Darlington & Durham The Gay Centre 9 Duke Street
Darlington
County Durham
DL3 7RX
England
Email:
Phone:
01325 252522 Helpline: 01325 355551

Miscellaneous Information

Miscellaneous Information:

Location

Darlington and County Durham

 

Support for

Trans Men

Trans Women

non-binary

Partners

Children of Trans Parents

Trans and non-binary Children / Youth

Parents of Trans Children

Employment



Information

Gay Advice Darlington/Durham is a volunteer service, run and staffed by trained volunteers and professional staff.

We offer free, confidential support & advice, training on LGBT issues covering a wide range of subjects, run groups for men, women, youths and trans...

When GADD was initially founded, it was to provide a safety net and the improvement of gay and bisexual men’s mental and physical well being in the South Durham area.

In order to do this, the organisation provided (and continues to provide) the following:

HIV advice and information for Gay and Bisexual men who are HIV negative or untested and to enable them to make positive decisions and reduce the risk of contracting the virus.

Support, advise and provide information to Gay & Bisexual men who are HIV positive to enable them to reduce the risk of transmitting the virus.

Support, advise and provide information on wider sexual health matters as they affect gay & bisexual men.

Support, advise and provide information on the diverse range of sexuality issues, in order to help develop self esteem and recognize the value of making positive health choices.

Provision of a resource centre/library that will allow gay and bisexual men to access essential information about gay men’s health and lifestyle issues.

Construction of a referral network that will allow gay and bisexual men to access local statutory and voluntary health service provision more easily, and help for those service providers who want to ensure that their services are both appropriate and accessible.

Developing a training programme for any local services that requests specific training on LGBT or HIV/AIDS issues.

Assessing/addressing, mental/physical health/disability issues.

Being an Advocate for local gay and bisexual men, giving them a voice, and enabling them to have a say in how and where their services should be delivered.

We provide these services and more to all LGBT people and have done since 2002. We have included those Questioning their Sexuality and Intersex people since 2005 as part of our core services.

 

Helpline: 01325 355551

 

Facebook Page: Gay Advice Darlington/Durham

Twitter: @GADDLive

 

Information checked and confirmed: 12/07/16

 

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