There are several health, counselling and other support services for women living with HIV in South Australia. Please follow the links below to learn more about each individual service.
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PEACE Multicultural Services, a service of Relationships Australia South Australia, supports and assists individuals, families and communities from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds to lead balanced and healthy lives.
The HIV Women’s Peer Support Service has been developed by the HIV Women’s Health Program and PEACE Multicultural Services in collaboration with culturally diverse women living with HIV.
MOSAIC Blood Borne Viruses Support Services focuses on the health and emotional wellbeing of people living with and affected by HIV/AIDS, hepatitis and blood borne viruses.
The Sex Industry Network (SIN) is the South Australian peer sex worker organisation. Using a holistic approach to health, we provide a broad range of services to sex workers, including targeted services to male, female, transgender, gender diverse, culturally and linguistically diverse and street-based sex
SAMESH (South Australia Mobilisation + Empowerment for Sexual Health) offers peer support for people living with HIV, and peer led workshops (PHOENIX) for recently diagnosed men and women.
The Royal District Nursing Service South Australia (RDNS SA) HIV Enhanced Primary Care Coordination Program is a specialised nursing team that can provide information about treatment and referral to support services for people living with HIV.
SHine SA is a leading not-for-profit provider of primary care services and education for sexual and relationship wellbeing that provides early intervention, health promotion, clinical services and therapeutic counselling.
Women’s Health Service (WHS) is a free service for women who are experiencing domestic violence and/or family violence and challenging life issues. We also deliver a culturally respectful service for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islande, refugee and newly arrived women.
Migrant Health Service (MHS) is a state-funded, specialist, primary health care service for people from refugee and asylum seeking backgrounds settling in South Australia.
Centacare – Cheltenham Place Individualised Support Program provides in-home support for people living with HIV and their carers, friends and family to address their health needs, achieve personal goals and improve their quality of life.
O’Brien Street General Practice is a high caseload HIV General Practice (GP) clinic where doctors can prescribe HIV medications. It offers assessment, diagnosis and comprehensive management of people with HIV and related disorders.
Bobby Goldsmith Foundation (BGF) provides direct financial support for people living with HIV in South Australia to help them to manage healthcare-related costs.
NAPWHA Femfatales is a women’s advisory network which supports collaboration between those involved in policy and advocacy work for women living with HIV in Australia.
Clinic 275 is the SA Health Sexual Health Service, offering a specialist, free, confidential, walk-in service, including testing, diagnosis and treatment of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and HIV.
The Women’s HIV Clinic is located at the Royal Adelaide Hospital and staffed by a specialist Sexual Health physician, with expertise in HIV care and management, and an HIV specialist nurse.