Saturday, June 25, 2016
Here are our updated TRR Numbers for counselling. Please bear in mind that people behind the lines are volunteers of Project Red Ribbon.
Call if you have concerns about:
1. HIV Testing
2. Free HIV Screening / Test Kits
3. Free Condoms and Lubricants
4. Personal Counselling
5. Assistance to HIV and AIDS Treatment Hubs
6. Concerns about opportunistic infections
7. Concerns about Antiretroviral Medicines
8. Concerns about financial support if you are an economically challenged person living with HIV.
9. Complaints about confidentiality, screening and testing and treatment and care.
10. If you are looking for a support group
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I emailed you guys because I have a huge problem.
I just tested positive of HIV just 3 days ago. I am currently in a tourist visa here in Oman.My purpose going here is to look for jobs and fortunately i got one. So i took my medical and there i got to discovered that i am hiv positive. I am a fresh married guy last May 6,2016 and on the same day we did love makings. I don't know the details of my HIV because the hospital here in Oman send it to their Ministry of Health for confirmation so i need to wait 10 days for that and i can't wait for it anymore because my visa will expire on june 28, 2016.
Tuesday, April 26, 2016
FREE HIV Screening at the TRR Office from 9am to 4pm every Tuesday, Wed, Thursday and Saturday.
Quick HIV screening. No questions. Confidential. Result in a few minutes.
Unit 607 Lumiere Suites, #21 General Capinpin Street,
Barangay San Antonio, Ortigas Center, Pasig City.
Call for inquiries: 02-656-7297
NOTE: Quickie is also happening:
Rainbow Barracks, Baguio City
4th Flr. NRC Bldg., Abanao Street
0910-425-6997-Smart or 0915-128
This is a joint project of Project Red Ribbon and the Research Institute for Tropical Medicine-AIDS Research Group