River House evolved from a pilot project called 'The Meeting Place' which was established in Hammersmith & Fulham in the mid 80's. River House, in its present form, opened in February 1988 as a result of a unique co-operation between St. Paul's Church, Hammersmith, and the London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham's Social Services Department.
River House aimed to harness the resources needed to offer an integrated range of services for people living with HIV. We continue to fulfill this vision. River House functions as a community hub which provides nutritional, practical, therapeutic and medical services within a welcoming and supportive environment.
At River House, we are committed to working with our members, our fellow service providers and statutory organisations to ensure that the services we provide are relevant, helpful and enjoyable. Our What's On page outlines the vast range of services available at River House, and we are always happy to discuss individual needs or interests.
As we work closely with a number of other providers, we can also provide information on other services available to you. River House offers support to men, women and children living with HIV who are resident in, or who access medical services in, Hammersmith & Fulham, Ealing and Kensington & Chelsea. We also support residents of Hounslow who are current members of the centre.
Please feel free to call or email us: our details are located on our Contact page.