Young people and Childrens Services
We operate a strict confidentiality policy information given to CAFPH will not be passed on to any person or agency without a written consent.
- Raising the awareness of HIV/AIDS to young people
- Building skills and knowledge that help young people increase self-esteem and confidence to deal with issues around HIV/AIDS
- Provide emotional support for young people living with or affected by HIV/AIDS
- Addressing HIV discrimination and stigma
- Working with parents around disclosure
- Enabling young carers to socialise with peers, reduce isolation and increase self-esteem and confidence.
- Building up social and friendship networks and encourage peer support for young people who are aware of their own diagnosis or that of a family member
- To develop a training and support programme for peer educators and champions across the East of England
Children & Young People’s Services
- Monthly youth network
- Skills building workshops and activities for young people
- Youth consultation meetings
- Residential weekends for young carers for team building and confidence building
- Youth and family counselling
- Training programme for peer educators
- Information Advice and Guidance (IAG)
- Advocacy and signposting to other relevant services.
- Social activities
- Computer and internet access