Sahir House provides information and support to people living with, or affected by or at risk of HIV, and to increase knowledge and reduce stigma related to HIV and sexual health among the wider population.
Satisfaction Survey 2016 Report
The report is an evaluation of data that was provided by service users who completed the Satisfaction Survey that was conducted between December 2016 and January 2017. The survey was completed by 57 respondents in total equating to 27% of total service users accessing services in 2016 (n=210).
You can find the full report here, and once again thank you to everyone who took part.
The core values of Sahir House are:
Empowering – Sahir House helps people to help themselves, our services should help people move towards goals they have set themselves.
Safe – Sahir House provides a space in which people can speak freely without fear of prejudice, stigma, abuse or exploitation and where their personal information and right to confidentially will be respected.
Welcoming of Diversity – Sahir House recognises that all people have equal value and human rights and celebrates the differences between us.
Ethical – Sahir House seeks to work in partnership rather than in competition and to conduct its affairs with integrity, openness and mindfulness of the organisation’s wider impact.
Evolving – Sahir House recognises that issues related to its core work change over time, hence the organisation is committed to responding to the changing needs of its current and potential service users.