Below are some links to various health and community services and options focused on people living with HIV in NSW.

Emergency Support

Need support after accidental HIV exposure, need HIV information in a hurry, or looking for 24-hour Needlestick Injury Hotline

Find a Doctor

Links to NSW-wide HIV specialists or S100 prescribers (drs who can prescribe HIV medication)

Find a Pharmacy

Find where you can pick up your HIV medications in NSW

Find a Dental Service

Link to free public dental health care is available to people living with HIV

HIV Work Ready

Support and mentoring for people living with HIV (PLHIV) to build confidence and quality of life to engage or reconnect in life through study, training, paid (casual, part-time or full-time) or voluntary work.

Housing Support

Support and advocacy for people living with HIV (PLHIV) in metropolitan and regional NSW to access, achieve and maintain stable accommodation, including those at risk of homelessness.

Peer Led Partner Notification

Support when you're ready to notify sexual and injecting partners (also called contact-tracing) that they might have potentially been put at risk of an infection or potentially exposed to HIV with someone else in your shoes.

Silver Warriors

Support for people living with HIV (PLHIV) over 45 years to navigate the aged care, disability and healthcare services maze across metropolitan and regional NSW, that work for you to ensure your independence for as long as possible.


Support from someone else living with HIV to talk about your options, effects and impacts of HIV medication, get more information after diagnosis and living life with HIV.

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