DHIVERSE is the HIV & Sexual Health charity for Cambridgeshire. Our focus is to promote good sexual health and work to prevent the spread of sexually transmitted infections including HIV. We provide support for people living with and affected by HIV and AIDS, and we work to challenge the stigma and prejudice which can affect people living with HIV, and to challenge sexism, homophobia and transphobia.We deliver Sex and Relationships Education to young people, training to organisations and work in the BAME community and people with learning disabilities and difficulties around all aspects of sexual health and relationships.
DHIVERSE delivers SRE workshops in schools, colleges, youth clubs, supported housing establishments, young people’s projects and in-patient units. We cover STIs, HIV/AIDS, Contraception and Correct Condom use, Healthy Relationships, Consent, Domestic Violence, Pornography and Sexualisation, Social Media and online Safety, Unplanned Pregnancy Choices and Teen Pregnancy. We offer our services in mainstream, mental health and Learning disability and difficulty environments. DHIVERSE also offer shorter presentations to year groups and in assemblies, especially around World AIDS Day. We can provide young people with C-Card, condoms, lube, chlamydia testing, HIV testing (at the DHIVERSE office) and pregnancy testing.
ALL services are FREE but donations are gratefully accepted.
We have worked in schools across Cambridgeshire for over 10 years.
Contraception and Correct Condom Use
Healthy Relationships (inc. Consent and Domestic Violence)
Pornography and Sexualisation
Social Media and Online Safety
Unplanned Pregnancy Choices and Teen Parenthood
Values standard fully met
Training & development standard fully met
Planning & evaluation standard fully met
Safeguarding standard fully met
Delivery competence standard fully met
Amy Nowell – Young People's Lead
10am to 5pm, Monday to Thursday
All of Cambridgeshire
“DHIVerse has provided invaluable support to the staff and students at Huntingdonshire Regional College.The staff are enthusiastic, flexible, knowledgeable and always willing to help. Nothing has been too much trouble for them – they have provided free staff training, student sexual health awareness talks, run a regular stall in college providing students with advice, information and contraception resources and they have even created a bespoke workshop for us on Sex and Relationship Education including the effects of technology and pornography. In fact, we cannot thank them enough as high quality, free, local services such as this are few and far between and I know that we could not have provided information and education on some of these issues without them. I would have no hesitation in recommending their services to others.”
Joanna Grimmer – Enrichment Officer at Huntingdon Regional College