Psychosocial Support Resources for Individuals with HIV

Psychosocial support resources refer to services, programs, and networks that provide emotional, psychological, and social support to individuals living with HIV. These resources aim to enhance the mental well-being and quality of life of people affected by HIV.
Category
Support Service
Where to get
Available at community centers, healthcare facilities, and online platforms
Applicable for
Prepared by Shruti Sahoo, reviewed by Dr. Eugene Smith

Psychosocial Support Resources FAQ


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What is a psychosocial support program?

Our programs provide psychosocial support services to people with severe mental illness and complex mental health needs. We fund programs to provide psychosocial support to people with: complex mental health needs.

What is mental health and psychosocial support?

the composite term mental health and psychosocial support is used to describe any type of local or outside support that aims to protect or promote psychosocial well-being and/or prevent or treat mental health conditions. This composite term is now widely used and accepted by practitioners in the field. As stated in the introduction to the

What is psychosocial support in Australia?

These psychosocial supports, funded by the Australian Government, are intended to address the needs of people who are not eligible for the NDIS and who may otherwise ‘fall through the gaps’. In 2022, Psychosocial Support Services changed its name to Commonwealth Psychosocial Support (CPS). What is ‘psychosocial support’?

Why do we fund psychosocial support?

We fund programs to provide psychosocial support to people with: complex mental health needs. Many people with severe and complex mental health needs do not receive support from the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) or other services. To help ensure they can live independently and safely in the community, it is important to:

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