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    Peer support

    Having the opportunity to talk to someone else living with HIV can be very helpful. Peer support is when people share their own experiences and knowledge to support each other and improve wellbeing. This approach complements the support and care provided by your clinic team by offering a safe space for open discussions to reduce feelings of isolation and increase a person's confidence. Through this service, you can also obtain advice and support around benefits, issues around disclosing your status, adjusting to a new HIV diagnosis, external services that offer housing and immigration support, managing your HIV care, difficulties living with HIV in the workplace etc.

    Community support