Queensland Positive People
QPP is a peer-based advocacy organisation which is committed to actively promoting self-determination and empowerment for all people living with HIV (PLHIV) throughout Queensland. People shouldn’t have to deal with HIV on their own. Many PLHIV face similar issues, so it makes sense to share these experiences.
People get involved in peer support for different reasons: to meet other people with HIV to overcome feelings of isolation, establish new networks, or to talk about treatment options. At QPP, we want to assist the HIV positive community to have access to the most recent scientific advances in HIV management and prevention.
As individuals we can help each other to cope with the ups and downs of life with HIV.
QPP staff welcome community questions as they relate to our core programs: peer support, health promotion and treatment information, advocacy, and community HIV education and prevention.
Viewer Advice: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander viewers are advised that QPP’s website and Talking About Treatment series of films may contain images and voices of people who are now deceased.