NSW Sexual Health Infolink
The Sexual Health Infolink is a state-wide confidential information and referral service for people with or at risk of HIV and other sexually transmitted infections. The service is staffed by sexual health nurses. Call 1800 451 624 from Monday to Friday, between 9am and 5.30pm.
Hepatitis NSW is a community based, non-government organisation offering statewide, confidential information, referral and support services for people living with or affected by viral hepatitis service. Call the Hepatitis Infoline on 1800 803 990 from Monday to Friday, between 9am and 5.00pm, except Thursdays from 1pm to 5pm.
ACON (AIDS Council of NSW) is committed to Ending HIV. You can read more about the fight to end HIV in NSW on the website below and access resources and information on HIV testing and prevention through HIV drug therapy.
The NSW Users and AIDS Association (NUAA) is governed, staffed and led by people with lived experience of drug use. They provide innovative harm reduction services for people in NSW who use drugs, as well as those that advocate for improved service delivery and a more rational approach to drug use.
Multicultural HIV and Hepatitis Service (MHAHS)
The MHAHS is a statewide service that works with culturally and linguistically diverse communities in NSW to improve health and wellbeing in relation to HIV and hepatitis B and C. We provide multilingual information on HIV, hepatitis B and hepatitis C, as well as free and confidential support to people living with HIV.
For more information in your language, visit www.mhahs.org.au
or call us on 9515 1234.
PrEP (pre-exposure prophylaxis)
This is a HIV prevention method in which people who do not have HIV take a pill every day to reduce their risk of becoming infected with HIV. PrEP is now available through the Australian Health Care System.
More information at: Ending HIV
The NSW Ministry of Health
This research project is funded by the NSW Ministry of Health. It aims to increase access and frequency of HIV and Hep C testing by providing alternative testing options. These initiatives are described in the NSW HIV strategy 2016-2020
and the NSW Hepatitis C Strategy 2014-2020