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The Gay Men’s Health Collective (GMHC) is the umbrella for three beautifully proportioned independent volunteer-led projects intended for the purposes of sexual health, health promotion and well-being, and harm reduction.

 5 years old in 2020, MENRUS.CO.UK is a gay men’s health and well-being website with a holistic view of health. Divided into six key sections, YOU, MEN, BODY, SEX, STI and DRUGS, the content has a straight-forward and conversational writing style with 11,000+ links to support, films, and information drawn from across the Internet.

 Celebrating 10 years in 2020, THREE FLYING PIGLETS makes short films on gay men’s health issues and films for the wider LGBT+ community , including our allies. Our films often address knowledge gaps not addressed elsewhere and connect us better to our health and well-being needs.

 Marking 5 years in 2019, PIP PAC are safer chemsex packs to reduce drug harms. Innovated by gay men with direct knowledge and experience of drug use, addiction, withdrawal, and recovery. Reviewed regularly, contents include colour-coded injecting paraphernalia and a mini-sharps box; gloves, condoms and lubricant; a safer chemsex booklet inc information on ambulance and police call-outs in overdose situations; and (most recently) your rights on arrest booklet.

Services provided for

  1. Bisexual Men
  2. Gay Men
  3. LGBT+ People
  4. Men

Key areas of work

  1. Advice/Information
  2. Campaigning/Activism
  3. Education
  4. Other
  5. Policing
  6. Publications
  7. Resource Library
  8. Substance Misuse
  9. Training
  10. Volunteering

Contact Details

Phone

07791 867885

Email

admin@gmhc.co.uk

Website

http://gaymenshealthcollective.co.uk

Opening Hours

Mon-Fri • 10am-4pm

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