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COVID-19 Protocol and Advisory

[Updated – 27 Feb 2020] – COVID-19 advisory

  1. The anonymous test site will resume operations from 3rd March. Clients are requested to provide their telephone numbers.
    This is purely to facilitate COVID-19 contact tracing in this period of heightened public health response to COVID-19 epidemic.
  2. Staff and volunteers who have been to mainland China in the last 14 days must recuse themselves from clinic duties for at least 2 weeks from the day they return to Singapore.
  3. Clients with contact history (household contact of someone who traveled to China in the past 2 weeks or close contact of a known/suspect case of 2019-nCoV infection or close contact of someone under quarantine/leave of absence) or respiratory symptoms/fever will not be allowed into the office.
  4. Clients who are displaying flu like symptoms will not be allowed into the office and advised to seek medical attention immediately.
  5. All social and support groups have been temporarily suspended until further notice.

This is the #PCYFam. Be Yourself.

What we call home, has changed dramatically over the last few years. It is clearer than ever that safe, physical spaces for young Gay, Bi and Questioning men are needed. A space where you can connect, access sexual health services, and build a support network. Be yourself. Take charge of your sexual health!

The best way to combat HIV. Is to take a test.

Pink Carpet Service is a peer-led sexual health centre for gay men. Whether you are testing regularly or your first test, Pink Carpet’s volunteers are here to make sure the experience is safe and appropriate for you. At $42 per test, we are not only the cheapest but gayest testing centre in town. Take the test. Stop the spread!


The lifestream of gayhealth.sg. Is you.

They are the life of all our programmes, the heart and soul of our organisation. Without their dedication and hard work, nothing we do would be possible. Get Involved. Join us as a volunteer today!

The answer to a better you. Is knowledge.

Whether its the basics of HIV & safer sex, learning to cope with a new HIV diagnosis or understanding the way you feel, we’ve got you covered. Empower yourself. Learn something new today!

The first step to change. Is coming together.

Our community celebrates pride, diversity, individuality, and sexuality. Together we can provide vital support to one another and achieve great things. Celebrate life. Discover your community!

Rai and Haniff book out of army camp together; their desires palpable, and Isaac’s party friends desert him. Meanwhile, Joel’s frustration with Ridzwan’s secrecy reaches a breaking point.

Following four gay men in Singapore, “People Like Us” is a poignant and insightful look into the lives of Joel, Ridzwan, Rai, and Isaac as they navigate lust, love and life.

In Season 2, the lives of Joel, Ridzwan, Rai and Isaac grow more complicated as they seek love, happiness and acceptance as gay Singaporeans.


If you have had a condom failure or may have recently been exposed to HIV through unprotected sex, Post Exposure Prophylaxis (PEP) can prevent you from becoming infected with HIV. We have partnered with DSC to offer you the most affordable and safest PEP in Singapore.


PrEP is the latest tool to prevent HIV transmission. If you have a question or is currently taking PrEP, here’s what you need to know.

Newly Diagnosed

Finding out you or someone you love have HIV is a stressful, scary and painful ordeal. But you are not alone. We are here to guide & support you through the process.

The Greenhouse Community Survey

Our friends over at The Greenhouse is a substance addiction recovery centre for marginalised communities in Singapore who find it hard to seek help out of shame or fear of discrimination. They are conducting this survey in order to understand drug use within our GBQ men community better.
July 30, 2019/by Avin Tan

Poppers, Alcohol and Other Drugs

Regardless of sexual orientation, most people, use one type of drug or another. Whether it’s cigarettes, coffee, energy drinks, steroids, anti-depressants, painkillers, alcohol, party drugs, or something else, here's some tips to stay in control.
July 30, 2019/by Avin Tan

Songkran Safety Tips

Songkran starts this week and many of us will be travelling up to Bangkok for this wonderful and fun festival. Here are some tips we gathered from seasoned travellers. If you have any tips, add them to the comment section !
April 9, 2019/by MSM Manager

AfA Media Statement on the unauthorised possession and disclosure of information from MOH’s HIV Registry – 28 January 2019

January 28, 2019/by Avin Tan

Free Testing (Ends December)

We want to make it as simple and as affordable for you to take a test. So, from now till end of december, we are working with our partners to offer FREE HIV testing to you. Redeem the coupon by filling out a simple survey.

The only way to know for sure whether you have HIV is to take an HIV test. Both our clinic and mobile testing services provide affordable, safe and anonymous HIV & Syphilis testing.
December 12, 2018/by Avin Tan

Statement on the Impact of Section 377A of the Penal Code on AIDS Prevention and Care

Section 377A strengthens and perpetuates stigma and discrimination of Men-who-have-sex-with-men (MSM) and Persons Living with HIV/AIDS (PLHIV), and Action for AIDS firmly believes that the repeal of Section 377A will significantly strengthen HIV and STI Control Programmes in Singapore, not just for the gay and other homosexual men, but indeed for everyone.
September 19, 2018/by Avin Tan

Momma Knows Best: In Loving Memory of Bernice

It is with great sadness that we learned of the passing away of Benjamin Bernice Gho. He used to front several local gay bar, namely MOX and Does Your Mother Know (DYMK) and a "mother" to many.

We in gayhealth.sg who have known him closely are still trying to come to terms with this sad, tragic news. We have known Ben for many years and are devastated to learn of his passing.
March 27, 2018/by Avin Tan

Lifeline Cycle 4 : Introduction to recovery programs for gay and bisexual men

Have you ever tried to stop using, or is thinking about stopping, but do not know where or how to start? Lifeline may be for you. It is a peer-led, non-religious support group for gay and bisexual men who are recovering or looking to recover drug addiction.
September 20, 2017/by Avin Tan

How these LGBTI people’s lives have changed in 50 years and fighting for equality

LGBTI older people have been sharing their heartbreaking experiences as the UK marks the 50th anniversary of the partial decriminalization of homosexuality in England and Wales. Singapore's older gay couples shared their experience on their fight for equality. Read our full article on our webpage.
September 14, 2017/by MSM Manager
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