Whether you are looking for information and resources for yourself, or for someone that you love - you have come to the right place! People diagnosed with HIV can live a long and healthy life with proper care and treatment. It is important to work with a doctor to stay healthy, for yourself and others. If you need help finding a doctor, health insurance, or other resources, assistance is available.
It is important for your health that you work with a doctor to treat your HIV as soon as possible. Your doctor will probably put you on medicines used to treat HIV called antiretrovirals, or ARVs. These medicines keep you healthy by working to lower the amount of HIV in your body. Often times the amount of HIV in your body can be lowered to the point that it cannot be measured by standard lab tests. This is called undetectable, or being virally suppressed. In addition to keeping you healthy, being virally suppressed prevents the spread of HIV to other people. This is called U=U or Undetectable=Untransmittable.
Get Into Care
Find HIV treatment or supportive services near you today. Learn about financial support programs. Find services and help online through a variety of online resources, or contact different hotlines and speak with a live person. Additionally, there are online resources available to learn more about HIV treatment and how it works.
Got Questions? #AskTheHIVDocs
No matter what your questions are about HIV, you can ask the HIV docs! These are real doctors that are in the top of the HIV field working with patients across the nation. They tackle a series of questions asked by people just like you in a series of short videos from Greater Than AIDS.
Living Well with HIV
Watch real people living well with HIV talk about their journeys. Topics such as their diagnoses, search for support, and family bonds are discussed in this video series from Greater Than AIDS.
Last Updated: December 20, 2022