The Council provides a variety of services to people impacted by HIV and AIDS. Services offered include:
We provide case management for people living with HIV. We can support you through a variety of challenges that life presents including accessing healthcare services, housing and government services. We provide advocacy services and can help you respond to any instances of unfair treatment.
Peer support activities include:
- Social functions
- Information sessions
HIV DIETITIAN CLINIC
Nutrition can play a major role in managing HIV. Your diet can impact the effectiveness of your HIV medications as well as how you feel and your overall health. The Council holds regular Dietitian Clinics for people living with HIV. Each clinic is staffed by an HIV specialist.
Spaces are strictly limited, and you will need to provide information about your treatments at your consultation.
Most events and activities run for people living with HIV, unless otherwise stated, are open to anyone living with HIV, including women.
Throughout the year we offer one to one social support and case management. We also provide specific Positive women’s events.
Some useful information can be found at womenlivingwell.org.au and yourbodyblueprint.org.au
Trevor Daly Fund (TDF)
The TDF is a financial assistance scheme managed by the Council
TDF provides financial assistance to people living with HIV in times of financial hardship and / or to achieve specific goals and life aspirations.
HIV Resource Links & Downloads
Includes priorities document, references and further information.
This booklet is for any person who is diagnosed HIV positive.
There are challenges for people with HIV, but HIV is not a death sentence.
A practical guide to growing older with HIV.
Statistics for HIV in Australia in 2017
Download the brochure for more information about the fund.
Download the application form.