AIDS ephemera : Self-help groups.
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Box file containing items of ephemera in acid free sleeves for groups including: ACET (AIDS Care, Education and Training), Action Against AIDS, the AIDS Alliance, AIDS Nova Scotia, the Nova Scotia Persons with AIDS Coalition, Barnardos, Bexley & Greenwich Health Promotion Service, Black HIV Forum, Blackliners, Bloomsbury Health Authority, British Association for Counselling, CATRA (Care and Resources for People affected by AIDS/HIV), Cardiff AIDS Helpline, CWAC (Children with AIDS), Cleveland AIDS Support, Connect (Terrence Higgins Trust, 2011), Continuum, Coventry Youth Action, Friends of LASS, GMFA (Gay Men Fighting AIDS), GMI Partnership (2011), Grandma's, the HIV Network (Coventry), HIV Prevention Centre, Hounslow, Institute of Biology and Institute opf Education (University of London), Intouch Hereford & Worcester Ltd., Homelife (Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea), King's Healthcare, Lesbian & Gay Bereavement Project, Lewisham & North Southwark Health Authority, the Lloyd Clinic, Life Force: Women Fighting AIDS, Inc., London Borough of Hackney, London Black Mesmac, London Mesmac, Lothian Regional Council, Mesmac, National AIDS Helplines, National AIDS Hotline, Nova Scotia PWA Coalition, PACE, Positive Health Handguide (1991), the Positive Place, Positive Youth, the Red Admiral Project, San Francisco AIDS Foundation, Schwips (Psychosoziale Beratung und Betreuung - in Cologne), Southeast London Health Promotion Sexual Health & HIV Prevention Service, South Glamorgan Health Authority, Talksafe (Terrence Higgins Trust, 2011), Tavistock Clinic, Terrence Higgins Trust (HIV counselling for African people), Thames Polytechnic, Tower Hamlets, Wellcome Foundation and West Norfolk and Wisbech Health Promotion Service.
1 box ; 34 x 33 cm.