What are the objectives of the floating support services?
To provide practical advice and support to enable service users to secure and maintain tenancies and to deliver flexible and individualised housing-related support for people affected by HIV/AIDS.
To provide support to clients that will sustain an individual’s capacity to live independently and maintain a good quality of life in their home.
CAFPH provides floating support with:
- Housing related support
- Maintain tenancy
- Housing benefit
- Welfare benefits
- Support for carers and people affected by HIV/AIDS
- Independent Living skills
- Emotional support
- Treatment support
- Reminder services through text messaging or phone call for consistent drug adherence
- Pill boxes
- Medicine diaries
- Treatment information and advocacy
- Referrals to other valuable service providers
- Support with Education, Training and Employment
HIV/AIDS drugs prolong life and allow people to live normal, enjoyable and productive lives!
To register for a reminder service or for any treatment support call us on 01582 726061, email firstname.lastname@example.org or drop in. To keep your confidentiality, reminders can be coded!
We are open Monday to Friday from 9.00am to 5.00pm.
Other CAFPH Services
- Support Groups
- Women only
- Men only
Crèche facilities available at support groups
- One to one peer support
- Children and Young people’s activities
- Monthly Activities
- Fun outings/trips
- Youth and family counselling
- Advice, information and Guidance
- Sign posting and Referrals
- Computer Use and Internet Access
- Training and Workshops
- Health promotion
- Volunteering Opportunities
- Positive Self Management Programme (PSMP)
- Positive Speakers Programme
CAFPH’s Vision statement
CAFPH is passionate and dedicated to making a positive difference by supporting people living with HIV/AIDS in the communities of Luton, Bedfordshire and surrounding areas.
Our vision is to be inclusive, respectful and supportive to enable and empower all who are affected by HIV/AIDS to improve the quality of their lives and to raise awareness about HIV/AIDS across the community.
CAFPH will support the whole family and not just the person living with HIV/AIDS.
We will endeavour to involve the peers at all levels of service development and decision making.
CAFPH aims to enhance the skills of people living with HIV/AIDS so that they are supported to live a fuller life and to be involved in all levels of civil society.
We operate to a strict confidentiality policy and welcome any person from the community regardless of age, ethnicity, religion, disability or sexuality.