Here are some useful websites for gay men in London. Please let us know of any websites you think we should add to this list, or if any of the following links are broken.

UK-based website offering HIV resources including a database of international services, a series of booklets, daily news reporting, regular email bulletins and comprehensive summaries of research on HIV treatment and prevention.

AVERT is an international HIV and AIDS charity based in the UK, with the aim of AVERTing HIV and AIDS worldwide.

Bear Health
Health information for men who identify as bears.

Being gay is OK!
A website offering great support for anyone struggling to deal with being gay.

Club Drug Clinic
National service set up by London Friend and Chelsea and Westminster Hospital for people who have begun to experience problems with their use of recreational drugs.

Condom Essential Wear
Advice on safer sex and using condoms.

24 hours a day, 365 days a year, FRANK is around to give you free info on drugs.

London's lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community safety charity.

Gay Apple
Free gay accommodation site for London.

Gay Dads
Information and support for gay men who are also fathers.

Gay to Z
Directory of gay organisations and services in the UK.

Free events for people living with HIV/AIDS including friends and family

A national HIV project, HIV-positive-led, providing treatment information

Lifecoach Directory
Life Coach Directory only lists life coaches and NLP practitioners who are registered with a recognised professional body or those who have sent copies of their qualifications and insurance cover.

Living Well
Living Well provides free or low cost services for gay men living with or affected by HIV in funded boroughs . A wide range of holistic services including counselling, life coaching, wellbeing workshops are available across London. These services have been specially tailored to support gay men to improve their health and wellbeing.

The Therapy Directory
The site promotes the benefits of complementary therapy and aims to give visitors all the information they need to help them make an informed decision about whether therapy would be right for them. It also includes an FAQ's section, a number of useful articles written by members and the facility to search for a practitioner in a particular geographical area.


Maytree offers a respite stay for people in suicidal crisis as well as confidential telephone and email support. 

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