How to Access PrEP in NI

The Belfast HSCT GUM clinic has recently launched its HIV Prevention/Risk Reduction clinic that aims to help applicable individuals access PrEP via the NHS. Read more

Relationships & Sex Education

The Rainbow Project works in partnership with Relate NI and Nexus to deliver relationship and sexual health education to young people in a community setting. Read more

Balanitis, Cystitis, Non-Specific Urethritis, Proctitis and Thrush

Balanitis, Cystitis, Non-Specific Urethritis, Proctitis (part of a group infections called NSGI’s or Non-Specific Genital Infections) and Thrush are all common infections which are caused by an inflammation of the lining of certain parts of your body. Read more

Know your STIs

Sexually Transmitted Infections have been around for centuries. Some people like to decry them as a modern problem. The reality is that we are aware of infections, such as Syphilis, existing as early as the middle ages. Read more

Get a safer sex pack

The Rainbow Project is funded to provide LGBT individuals with access to free Safer Sex Packs in Northern Ireland. You can receive a pack by simply filling out the form attached below and you will receive your pack within 2 weeks. Read more

Outreach clinics

The Rainbow Project works closely with other providers to provide full sexual health screening in Satellite Clinics. Read more

HIV Testing, STI Testing : Know your Status

The Rainbow Project provides free Rapid HIV and Syphilis Testing across Northern Ireland. These are primarily based in Belfast LGBT Centre, and our Foyle LGBT centre. Read more

HIV Awareness

On this page you will find answers to frequently asked questions about HIV. If you would like to speak to one of our staff about HIV or any other sexual health issue please contact us through our website, telephone or social media. The Rainbow Project also provides free confidential rapid HIV and Syphilis testing available through contacting our office on 028 9031 9030. Read more

Steps to Zero

The STEPS to ZERO campaign aims in the next 10 years to reduce the number of new HIV diagnoses to zero. Read more