Health advice for borough residents ahead of World AIDS Day

Information about HIV and Aids will be available at the sessions

Information about HIV and Aids will be available at the sessions

First published in News

A SERIES of drop in sessions have been set up across Dudley borough to give people the opportunity to find out more about HIV and Aids.

In the run up to World Aids Day on December 1, Dudley Council’s office of public health has organised several events where people can get tested for HIV and find out how to protect themselves from getting infected.

Dudley College will host a session on Monday November 25, from 9am to 3.30pm and a session for men only will take place at Heroes Health Club, Lower High Street, Stourbridge, on Tuesday November 26 and Friday November 29, from 1-5pm.

People will also be able to visit Halesowen College’s Health and Wellbeing day, on November 27, from 10am to 3pm or CRI Atlantic House, Dudley Road, Lye from 9am to 5pm.

Councillor Stuart Turner, cabinet member for health and wellbeing, said: “We work hard to promote all aspects of public health through our public health team. These sessions are available for people to find out more about HIV and AIDS in the run up to World AIDS day.”

For more information call 01384 243220 or visit www.

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