Consultation on the Provision of a Support Service for People living with HIV
Ealing Council (the Council) is consulting on the future provision of HIV Support Services. The purpose of this consultation is to seek the views and opinions of the public to help to shape the future delivery of a new Support Service for people living with HIV, within the borough of Ealing. HIV Support Services aim to improve the health and wellbeing of people living with a positive diagnosis of HIV, and to prevent onward transmission. HIV Support Services are complementary to, but not the same as, HIV clinical services where people receive medical care.
The findings from the consultation will assist the Council in planning and shaping the new service delivery model. The new HIV Support Service aims to be innovative, outcome and prevention focused, based on evidence and best practice, relevant to different needs, involves service users in design and delivery, and is easily accessible to people from Ealing living with HIV. The Council intends to procure a new contract for the provision of HIV Support Services this year, with the new contract commencing from 1st April 2019.
Please complete a short online survey, latest by 13 June 2018, to take part in this consultation. All the information collected through the survey will be kept strictly confidential and used in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
For any help or queries please email DarrochJ@ealing.gov.uk and quote ‘Consultation on the Provision of a Support Service for People Living with HIV, for Ealing’.
Consultation documents are on the Ealing Council Website: