“Cheers to a New Year and another chance for us to get it right.” – Oprah Winfrey
At the beginning of 2018, TEN81 looks at New Year’s resolutions. Here are some ideas you could consider to help make it your BEST year ever…
“Burnout is the experience of long-term exhaustion and diminished interest” – Unknown
As we reach the end of a tough year, TEN81 looks at burnout and how to deal with it…
PrEP is a pill that protects you from HIV.
Get it free from TEN81 in Hatfield, Pretoria (call us on 012 430 3272).
Or get it from the TEN81 Pink-Mobile at Camp David (Every Fri: 20:00-23:00) or La Cantina (Every Sat: 20:00-23:00).
“Setting boundaries is a way of caring for myself. It doesn’t make me mean, selfish, or uncaring… I care about me, too.” – Christine Morgan
Boundaries help to define us as individuals and help us to set limits. They help us to understand where we need to draw the line in order to feel respected and valued in relationships.
OUT’s TEN81 clinic had a striking pink presence at Pretoria LGBTQ Pride 2017.
We not only informed members of the community about our services, but also offered free HIV screening and counselling in our testing tents.
We’re excited to reveal TEN81’s new Mobile Services vehicle!
It allows us to take a range of services directly to our clients, including PrEP, HIV testing & counselling, condoms & lube, PEP and clean needles & syringes.
“Words mean nothing when your actions contradict…” – Unknown
Many people are hurt by cheating in relationships.
The TEN81 centre looks at being betrayed by a partner and how best to deal with it.
We would like to apologise to our clients affected by delays in processing their blood tests.
As you may know, staff at the National Health Laboratory Service (NHLS), where our blood tests are done, were recently on strike.
“Grief is in two parts. The first is loss. The second is the remaking of life” – Anne Roiphe
This month, the TEN81 centre looks at loss. Here are some tips to help you deal with it.
It’s been revealed that most people don’t know that those living with HIV and who are on effective treatment cannot pass on the virus.
A major new survey by Terrence Higgins Trust in the UK has shown that only 9% of the British public are aware of this fact, which has been evidenced by scientific research.