Events at OUT
15 September, 2011
PRETORIA — OUT hosts a monthly series of interest groups for the LGBT community at its friendly Prism Lifestyle Centre in Pretoria, as well as events at other locations in Gauteng. Check out the details below and "come out" to see us!
Youth Group Meeting – Sat 17 September
Come join OUT's Youth Group meeting, on Saturday 17 September, where we'll be discussing the topic "Understanding internalised homophobia". Meet new people and get new perspectives.
At OUT'S PRISM Lifestyle Centre, in Hatfield, Pretoria from 12pm to 2pm. For more information or to RSVP, contact Trish on firstname.lastname@example.org or 012 430 3272.
HIV Support Group Meeting – Sat 17 September
OUT's next HIV Support Group meeting will take place on Saturday 17 September 2011 from 2pm to 4pm in Pretoria. It's an opportunity to meet other LGBT people living with HIV, ask questions and get support.
If you'd like to attend or would like more information, contact Trish at email@example.com or on 012 430 3272.
Human Sexuality Workshop - Wed 28 September
OUT presents a training session for healthcare professionals and other service providers on the topic of "Understand Human Sexuality - Understand Life". Seats are limited, so contact us now!
At OUT's Prism Lifestyle Centre (1081 Pretorius St, Hatfield, Pretoria) on Wednesday 28 September, from 10am to 4pm. If you'd like to attend or would like more information, contact Jay Matlou at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 012 430 3272.
Doctor on Call - Tuesdays & Wednesdays
Need to see a doctor? We have a doctor on call every Tues and Wed at OUT's Prism Lifestyle Centre in Hatfield, Pretoria, courtesy of Health4Men (a project of the Anova Health Institute). An opportunity to have a discreet consultation with a gay-friendly doctor who understands you. There is also a full-time nurse available at OUT. Call us on 012 430 3272 to make an appointment. FREE and confidential!
Donate to OUT
Simply SMS the word DONATE to 42655 (R30/sms). Your donation will make a significant contribution towards our work in providing vital health and well-being services and programmes to the LGBT community.
For more information visit www.out.org.za.