Staying and Being HIV-Negative
Counseling, Support Groups, Workshops, and Other Services to Help People Live in the Epidemic and Avoid Getting HIV and Other STDs
The AIDS Health Project offers a variety of services to support HIV-negative gay and bisexual men remain uninfected, to help HIV-positive gay and bisexual men protect others from getting infected, and to foster wellness in the gay and bisexual community. Among these services are HIV counseling and testing (for both men who have sex with men and transgendered people), and individual and couples counseling.
All of these services aim to help people answer the following questions: Do I have HIV? What can I do to develop personal safer sex guidelines and improve communication and negotiation with sexual partners? How can I enhance sexual and emotional intimacy? What can I do to cope with loneliness? How do I deal with alcohol and drug use?
If you are not a gay man and are seeking help to stay uninfected, please click here for a list of local resources. For more information on AHP services for gay men, click on any of the following links:
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