Information and support for people with HIV and AIDS
There are support services, information and advice available across Northern Ireland for people newly diagnosed or living with HIV.
Where to get help
You can ask your GP or genitourinary medicine (GUM) clinic about the range of services available.
Find out what's available in your Health and Social Care (HSC) Trust area:
- Belfast HSC Trust - sexual health and HIV services
- Northern HSC Trust - sexual health service (GUM)
- South Eastern HSC Trust - sexual health service
- Southern HSC Trust - sexual health
- Western HSC Trust - sexual health services
HIV confidential helpline
Positive Life supports and promotes positive living for people with, and affected by, HIV.
It runs a free phone helpline providing information, advice, and support to people living with, and affected by, HIV.
The helpline operates Monday to Friday 9.00 am to 5.00 pm.
- Confidential helpline: telephone 0800 137 437
- Positive Life Northern Ireland website
The Rainbow Project
The Rainbow Project works to improve the physical, mental and emotional health of gay, lesbian, bisexual and / or transgender people and their families in Northern Ireland.
They offer free, confidential sexual health testing and support clinics and have a counselling service. The Project also runs a support group for gay and bisexual men living with HIV.