Patients are supported with their physical and mental health in a variety of ways via the multidisciplinary team.

In addition there are a range of services available to help manage emotional and practical issues.

For information on Peer Support, Seminars and Events click here.

Terrence Higgins Trust also has a range of support services including a Welfare Rights and Advice Service that runs in the Brownlee Centre and from their city centre offices as well as the Brownlee New Haven support group.

Waverley Care similarly offer support and advice on a range of issues and their African Health Project is specifically designed to meet the needs of African people living with HIV.

Many patients are infected with both HIV and Hepatitis C and can access the support services available from Waverley Care.

Hwupenyu Health and Wellbeing is a service user community based project principally for Black Minority Ethnic communities infected and affected by HIV and other related health conditions. 

Terrance Higigns Trust and HIV Prevention England have created a collection of videos, featuring people living with HIV talking about how treatment has impacted their lives; these can be viewed at YouTube/THT.