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Community Engagement & Empowerment Programme (CEEP)

Community Engagement & Empowerment Programme Initiating and servicing of safe spaces for LGBTI people  Initiating and mentoring LGBTI Support Groups and Community-Based Organisations Education and Training for LGBTI groups within the four focus areas of the organisation Supporting LGBTI groups to extend their networks Building community activism and advocacy through encouraging self-reliance and self-determination Creating […]

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HIV Positive Lesbian and Bi Women

Our communities can be lonely places for lesbians and bi women who are HIV positive.  When you are looking for support, you will find plenty of men’s groups but very few spaces exist for women. What has often been experienced is the double stigma.  There is the unfortunate stigma that exists around being HIV positive and […]

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Young Men’s Group

If you are a gay or bi man who is between 18 – 30 and wish to be part of the group or would like to know more, please mail  health@triangle.org.za Have You Joined Our Library Yet? A few titles that may interest you: Yes, I Am! Now that I’m Out, What Do I Do The New […]

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Trans Support Group

Our TG Support Group meets at Triangle Project’s premises. The group meets monthly, on a Saturdays at 13h30. We look forward  to seeing many of you there. Here are the dates for the TG Support group for 2014: 8 Feb, 8 Mar, 5 Apr, 3 May, 14 Jun, 12 Jul, 9 Aug, 6 Sept, 4 […]

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LGBTI Parents Group

Have you visited Baby Ventures?  Baby Ventures is a wonderful Facebook page packed with information and personal accounts on the various options available to same-sex couples who are interested in starting a family. Baby-ventures is the brainchild of Lisa Sonnekus, who after years of research, planning and trying to conceive, succeeded in making her dream […]

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Counselling

We offer individual and couple counselling by experienced and skilled clinical psychologists and clinical social workers. The process for accessing counselling:  Please phone Heather on 021 6861475 and make an appointment for an intake assessment.  You will then be allocated to a therapist.  Therapy takes place on weekdays only. Our rates are on a sliding scale […]

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Support Services

Support Groups:  Various support groups are run.  Please see which groups are currently running and contact us if you are interested in joining one of them. Helpline:   Our helpline is staffed by experienced counsellors.  This service is available 7 days a week from 1pm – 9pm.  Phone the line and a counsellor will call you back, saving you the […]

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Medical Services

General Medical Clinic:  Our wonderfully caring and experienced doctor runs a medical clinic most Tuesday evenings from 6pm. Some of the services offered at the clinic are HIV testing, STI testing, CD4 counts and general medical appointments. HIV testing can be arranged during the day from Monday – Friday, strictly by appointment.

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Health and Support Services

Should you need support or someone to speak with …Don’t hesitate to contact our helpline on 021 712 6699 and a counsellor will call you back! The main objective of the Health and Support Services (HSSP) is to ensure autonomous and self-assured LGBTI persons who engage in self care and are in control of their own […]

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Heather Adonis

Health Coordinator

Heather is responsible for coordinating various health and support related activities.

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Sindiswa Thafeni

CEEP Manager and Senior Fieldworker

Sindiswa works with communities to establish safe space and is involved with the Women’s Empowerment and Leadership Programme (WELP).

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Sharon Ludwig

Health and Support Services Manager

Sharon is responsible for the Health and Support Services Programme which includes aspects of mental, physical, social and spiritual health.

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Vision, mission and aims

Our Vision The development of a non-discriminatory society, where organisations such as Triangle Project are a choice and not a necessity Our Mission To contribute towards eradicating discrimination against and within the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community, and to provide defined services to the LGBT community until they are no longer required. Our […]

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Our roots

The Triangle Project has its origins in an organization called GASA 6010, which was established in 1981 by a small group of gay men. In 1982, the organization set up a counselling and medical service as well as a telephone helpline. In 1984, GASA 6010 began a service on HIV and AIDS related issues. GASA […]

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