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muslim in the city
peer support GROUP

A safe in-person space for muslim people living with hiv.

About this service

Muslim in the City is a peer support group space for Muslim people living with HIV. The meetings are held face-to-face at NAZ's office. All genders and sexualities are welcome!

Who can use this service?

If you identify as a Muslim man or woman living with HIV, or identifying as trans or non-binary - or any combination of these.

Why do people use this service?


The objective is to improve the health and well-being of Muslim men, women and non-binary people. This in turn can provide positive outcomes, such as improved levels of confidence, reduced isolation through social connection, increased knowledge around sexual health and empowerment to address or work through community-specific issues.

can I bring a friend?

Of course, as long as they also identify as Muslim and are living with HIV.
register to join


The next group meeting will take place on Friday 13 October from 6:30pm to 8:30pm at NAZ, 30 Black's Road, Hammersmith, London, W6 9DT. 


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