Say No to AIDS

Rapid shifts in the HIV epidemic and the development of new programmatic strategies including HIV testing (and self-testing) has prompted the National AIDS Coordinating Committee (NACC) and the HIV and AIDS Coordinating Unit (HACU) under the Ministry of Health (MoH), to relaunch The National HIV Helpline on 1st December 2021.

Helpline Goal - To Mitigate the Effect of HIV on the Population of Trinidad and Tobago.

The Helpline Would Benefit the Public with information on HIV& AIDS, prevention methods, HIV education, linkage to resources, psychological and emotional support to PLHIV, families, and communities to stop the spread of HIV, stigma, and discrimination of PLHIV as well as provided support for HIV self-testing and linkage to care.

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  • Toll-Free service - The National HIV helpline contact number is 800-4HIV (4448) and operates daily from 6 am to 12 am (midnight).
  • Human Resources - Active listeners that support the National HIV Helpline were selected from NGO groups, that directly support the day-to-day needs of people living with HIV (PLHIV). The HACU has representatives supporting the helpline as Peer Navigators for newly diagnosed persons.
  • For Further Information Please Cotact:
    • Dr. Ayanna Sebro:
      • Technical Director of NACC Secretariat
      • Email
    • Crystal Wilson:
      • The National HIV Helpline Coordinator
      • Email:
    • Conrad Mitchell:
      • Linkage to Care Coordinator at HACU & Program Coordinator at I-TECH
      • Email: