What is CAFPH YOUTH?
CAFPH YOUTH is a youth group run as part of Centre for all Families Positive Health. We provide support for children and young people aged 0-19 who are affected by HIV/AIDS. This means they could be positive themselves or know a friend or family member who is.
The project is funded by the Big Lottery and is based in Luton and Bedford, but, can be accessed across the East of England inclusive of all 6 counties. The aim is to provide children and young people with a safe, secure, space to socialize with others, share their experiences, learn new skills, try new things and develop their confidence so that HIV does not hold them back in reaching their goals!
Services offered at CAFPH …
Monthly youth hub meetings (see ‘dates for your diary’ for full list.)
Monthly drop in at TOKKO youth space Luton (See ‘TOKKO’ page for details.)
One to one support either at CAFPH or TOKKO,
Access to information, and signposting for other organisations,
Psychological support provided by a fully qualified Clinical Psychologist (13+),
Whole family support on a variety of issues including disclosure,
C-Card condom distribution,
Point of care testing.
Do any of these issues sound familiar?Are you are in need of support?
If so don’t hesitate to get in touch.
You do not have to struggle alone, support is available for you and your family!
It’s Our Life, Our future so make it bright!!