HIV Scotland’s role as an independent non-governmental organisation (NGO) is to:
- advocate for people living with HIV, challenge stigma, and encourage engagement in planning and delivering equitable and quality services across Scotland.
- focus on policy, capacity building and campaigning.
- operate nationally, addressing policy and practice across Scotland and linking to national UK bodies.
- unite the third sector by bringing agencies together in support of policy development, information sharing, and joint action.
- deliver a strategic and professional contribution.
- maintain an overview of HIV-relevant knowledge, research and effective interventions.
There is lots of useful information on the HIV Scotland website with a comprehensive list of services across Scotland. As well as information for people with HIV/AIDS, there is also lots of information for friends and family.
Intended Client Groups:
- People living with and at risk of HIV, and their family, friends, carers and partners, as well as pe
This service is available to residents of all parts of Edinburgh
Applicants for this service should also meet this condition:
Everyone living with and at risk of HIV In Scotland. HIV Scotland can direct you to appropriate local services.
This service is available by appointment only.
Contact Info. & Service Address
18 York Place
Monday - Friday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Facilities & Access
This service has the following facilities:
- Public Parking
Car park and on street parking
- Information in community languages
- This service is not accessible to wheelchair users.
- Creche facilities are not available at this location.
Provider's Name: HIV Scotland
HIV Scotland exists to ensure that all HIV relevant policy and practice in Scotland is grounded in evidence and in the experience of people living with and affected by HIV.