Are you ready? Angry AIDS returns to the screens this World AIDS Day on 1 December 2017. The Holiday Tips from Angry AIDS video uses humor to bust myths related to HIV. Follow the adventures of Angry AIDS on social media using the hashtags #angryAIDS and #maailmanaidspäivä, share the video and read more on www.maailmanaidspaiva.fi.
World AIDS Day is on Friday 1 December. Currently there are about 600 people with HIV in Finland who are unaware that they have been infected. Various organisations play a significant role in the fight against HIV when the goal is to make contact with those individuals whom public healthcare cannot easily reach.
This year we celebrate the European HIV and Hepatitis testing week for the fifth time. The purpose of the week is to encourage people to get tested for HIV (and hepatitis) and find out their status. Test, treat, prevent.
Both HIV and Hepatitis can transmit through unprotected sex.
Throughout the HIV and Hepatitis testing week Hivpoint in Helsinki, Oulu ...
Hivpoint’s helpline is closed today, Tuesday November 14th.
Our phone line is open again tomorrow between 10 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. Through our phone line you can discuss everything related to sexuality, sexual health and HIV. All conversations are anonymous and confidential.
Hivpoint helpline: Every week Mon-Thu 10 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
Hivpoint is organizing an Innovation Day on 4 November 2017 for 20-30 participants. The aim of the day is to give a space for people with an immigrant background to brainstorm, “think outside the box” and generate new ideas and unexpected insights that can support the work that we do at Hivpoint with multicultural communities in Finland. The question to be answered during this ...
We at Hivpoint and all our services have returned from the summer break. We’re now serving you through a growing number of channels: you will now be able to ask anonymously and confidentially about all issues related to HIV and sexual health through our chat.