Whether you are newly diagnosed with HIV or have been managing your condition for many years, myHIV is a place where you can access:
If you're living with HIV and are long-term unemployed, you can apply to take part in our Work Positive programme.
If everyone knew this, we could bring an end to HIV stigma and transmission.
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Our project supports the financial, emotional, and physical wellbeing of over-50s living with HIV in London, Bristol, Brighton, Manchester and West Midlands.
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If you'd like some support coping with being HIV positive, talk to our counsellor online.
myHIV online tools to support those living with HIV in the UK
Get free, confidential online sessions with a qualified counsellor
Get free benefits, financial and housing advice over Skype, WhatsApp or email.
Living with HIV long term
If you have been living with HIV for a number of years, there are many steps you can take to stay healthy.
What's happening inside the body?
What exactly does HIV do when it gets inside your body? When you first get HIV, your body starts to produce antibodies to fight it off.
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