Join Healthwatch Croydon and OPAM the Organisation of HIV Positive African Men for their afternoon of fun and peer supported activities.
Attendees will be learning new dance moves with a professional choreographer and will have a chance to voice their concerns and issues around healthcare in the local area.
OPAM provides a confidential and supportive setting where straight/heterosexual and MSM African/Caribbean men infected by HIV/AIDS, come to share experiences learn to live and cope with the disease and differing sexual orientations through Community Cohesion, Health, and positive prevention strategies.
This afternoon has been facilitated through funding from the South West NHS trust and executed by Healthwatch Croydon.
You don’t need to register, just simply turn up!
When: Wednesday 24th October 2018
Time: 15:00 pm to 18:00 pm
Where: Scatcheley Hall