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We are here to help you live well with HIV

Recently diagnosed? We’re here for you.

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Want to meet other people living with HIV? Come along to our next social event.

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What we do

Queensland Positive People’s mission is to improve the quality of life of people living with HIV, and help reduce new infections of HIV and STIs.

HIV Support – LIFE+

Our LIFE+ program offers support and peer connection when you need it, so you can enjoy your best life.

HIV/STI Testing – RAPID

Our innovative RAPID testing programs offer safe, judgement free testing so you can know your status.

QPP Initiatives

We are passionate about improving the lives of PLHIV in Queensland. Learn more about our community involvement.

If you, or someone you care about, needs support to live well with HIV, click below to make a referral to us and we will get in contact.

Information

We provide programs and services including peer support and navigation, peer HIV/STI prevention and testing, HIV treatment and management, together with support and advocacy around stigma and discrimination, ageing and disability, mental health and community education. In short, we help people live well with HIV.

Treating HIV

The experience of taking HIV treatments has changed. Learn more here.

HIV Testing

Why to test and how to find your best testing options in Queensland.

Peer Connection

The support you need if you have been recently diagnosed or have been living with HIV for some time. 

Drugs & Alcohol

Substance use can affect the health and wellbeing of PLHIV. Get tools to help here.

Sexual Health

Looking after your sexual health is part of living a full and vibrant life. Learn more here.

HIV Prevention

Facts and advice on how to reduce the risk of HIV transmission.

COVID-19

All the latest about COVID-19, vaccinations, and how it affects people living with HIV.

Information for Women

Practical knowledge and resources for women living with HIV in Queensland.

Stigma & Discrimination

Tips on when and how to disclose, and ways we all can combat HIV stigma.

Looking After Yourself

How you can live well with HIV, and get support if you need it.

Recently Diagnosed

We are here to help you with your first steps after being diagnosed.

U=U

Undetectable equals Untransmittable. The science and the value of U=U.

Events

Staying engaged and connected socially is a vital part of living well with HIV.  Come join us for one of our regular social groups and community activities.

Gold Coast Social Group

Come along and join us for Morning Tea on the second Saturday of each month at t…

Cairns Social Group

Join your local Cairns community and QPP for morning tea on the second Saturday of mos…

Hervey Bay Morning Tea

Following the resounding success of the inaugural Hervey Bay social group in February 2024…

Articles

QPP is continuously involved in research, projects and developing information that can help people live well with HIV in Queensland.  Read the latest updates here.

  • Easter Holiday Closure

    Queensland Positive People will be closed for the Easter long weekend public holidays, closed from Friday 29th May 2024 and reopening 9am Tuesday 1st April 2024. We wish you a safe, happy and joyous Easter. RAPID will also be closed for …

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    Vale Phil Carswell OAM

    It is with profound sorrow that QPP advises the passing of our honorary member Phil Carswell OAM, a dear friend of our organisation and community, and a beacon of courage in our time. Phil passed away early yesterday morning at his …

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    Solid Organ Transplant Survey

    PhD SURVEY on HIV and Organ Transplantation Researchers at Monash University and The Alfred would like to know your understanding and beliefs about organ transplantation for people living with HIV and without HIV. They would appreciate you completing this anonymous survey, which should take …

  • HIV peer navigator/nurse partnerships research project

    QPP an QUT researchers invite you to participate in an important research project about collaboration between HIV peer workers and nurses who provide care for people who are living and ageing with HIV. In future we hope to co-design a model …

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