Sahir House has been offering HIV support, prevention, information and training across Merseyside since 1985. We also campaign to support wellbeing and prevention for the LGBTQ community and people living with HIV, and empowers people exploring their gender identity and sexuality, increasing sexual health knowledge, reducing stigma and campaigning for the rights for those living with HIV and related intersectionality’s (gender, sexuality, asylum status).

This new role will provide emotional and social support and HIV education to children, young people and young adults who are living with HIV. Working closely with paediatrics and adult HIV clinics in Merseyside and other HIV clinics across the Liverpool City Region.

Sahir House are very excited to be in a position to recruit a new staff member to the dynamic team.
Steve Earle, Support Services Manager commented:
“This is fantastic news and a very welcome addition to our range of services in that we will have a dedicated worker supporting young people to live well with HIV.
Many thanks to The Steve Morgan Foundation for enabling us to develop this much needed service that will hopefully change young lives”

Recruitment will commence for this new post in the coming weeks.