The HIV Peer Support Service (firstname.lastname@example.org | application form) welcomes your application if you need personal help on any topic related to HIV and/or other sexually transmitted infections. However, you are also welcome to contact us if you are newly diagnosed or have been living with HIV for a longer period of time, whether you need personal support with getting into care or accepting your HIV status.
Seek our peer support group, available every second week on Tuesday evenings from 7pm, for people living with HIV and their families, friends and supporters.
2018-2019: Our project targeting people living with HIV in Hungary included questionnaire and interview research, community meetings and a personal counseling service.
2010-2024: For the third time, we will be the Hungarian partners in an international study on men who have sex with men (MSM) sexual behavior, HIV knowledge, screening and health care experiences, led by the Robert Koch Institute in Germany.
Call our information hotline (+36 (1) 6333 455), available every day of the week from 8am to 10pm, and our operators are ready to answer all your basic questions about HIV and other sexually transmitted infections.
Our operators available via phone, Skype and chat answer any questions on LGBTQI topics; and offer help in relation to self-acceptance, coming out, or conflicts with your family, your partner, at your your school or workplace.
A short chronology of the two decades of our work
When you have unprotected sex, you can get not only HIV but other infections too. How can you recognise and prevent these diseases?
How can you find out if you are infected? Which tests are available?
What can you do to avoid HIV or other sexually transmitted infections?