You are probably reading this because you or someone you know has recently been diagnosed with HIV. Everyone responds differently to the news, and there is no right or wrong way to handle it.
After the initial diagnosis it is important to take some time to think and relax. You don’t need to rush out and tell people straight away, but you may find it helpful to have some supportive friends and family around you.
There's a range of support and services available to you including HIV peer support groups, free counselling and our library service.
If you are living with HIV, you will need to consider treatment options at some point. You have an increasing number of choices regarding how to approach therapies to fight HIV and enhance your immune system.
Everyone copes and reacts differently to HIV. Your approach to work, socializing and living with HIV will be unique and that is ok.
Living with HIV doesn't mean giving up sex – quite the opposite. Here is information to help yourself and your sexual partners have fun and keep safe.
Having a good relationship with your General Practitioner is the first step in managing your health.
Coming to terms with an HIV diagnosis and learning to live well with it is not something you need to go through on your own. Here are ways you can stay connected and organisations you can go to for help.
Welcome to Unity, an interactive tool designed to support people living with HIV (PLHIV).