Embracing Diversity and Changing Lives!
World AIDS Day
 
1st December 2016

What is World AIDS Day?

"World AIDS Day is held on the 1st December each year and is an opportunity for people worldwide to unite in the fight against HIV, show their support for people living with HIV and to commemorate people who have died. World AIDS Day was the first ever global health day, held for the first time in 1988."

WWW.WORLDAIDSDAY.ORG

For more information see our Sexual Health page for Embrace UK's sexual health services.

HIV Testing Week 19–25 November 2016

Welcome to the Embrace UK Community Support Centre

Embrace UK Community Support Centre is a registered Charity (No.1087526) and Company Limited by Guarantee (No.4215772), which was established in 1994 with a mission to promote any charitable purpose for the benefit of disadvantaged groups including migrants and refugees by the advancement of education, protection of health and the relief of poverty, sickness and distress.

Our Main Activities

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Our Quality Standards
Advice Quality Standard
We hold the Advice Quality Standard, which provides you with assurance that we have met certain criteria that demonstrate a commitment to quality.

"Very effective leadership on the part of the Executive Director supported by a dedicated team of staff and volunteers"

"Comprehensive list of values and principles that underpin the vision and mission statements to 'embrace diversity and change lives’"

"The absence of any service user complaints and the complimentary feedback received is an endorsement of the high quality service provided by the organisation to its service users"

- Neil Huxtable, AQS Auditor


Our Services Reach out to Many

Embrace UK has been providing services to everyone regardless of where they come from. We have helped London residents whose origins span the globe. Coloured in green are the countries of origin for our service users (over 135 countries).

Languages Spoken (by appointment)

African
Amharic (Ethiopia)
Bamileke (Cameroon)
Duala (Cameroon)
Fante (Ghana)
Hausa (Nigeria)
Kikuyu (Kenya)
Kinyarwanda (Rwanda)
Lingala (Congo)
Luganda (Uganda)
Lusoga (Uganda)
Ndebelle (Zimbabwe)
Oromiffa (Ethiopia)
Pidgin (Nigeria)
Runyankole (Uganda)
Shona (Zimbabwe)
Somali (Somalia)
Swahili (East Africa)
Tigrigna (Ethiopia/Eritrea)
Twi (Ghana)
Yoruba (Nigeria)
European
Dutch
English
French
Polish
Russian
Spanish
Middle East & North Africa
Arabic