HIV Meds

Answer

For those of us living with HIV, taking anti-HIV medications is one of the ways we can make sure we have long and healthy lives. Suppressing our HIV viral load means the virus cannot replicate or infect new cells. If we can suppress our viral load to an undetectable level, there is the added bonus of not being able to pass HIV onto our partners. Being undetectable means the virus is untransmittable.

Services (ASO’s or HIV support services)

Vancouver Coastal Positive Living BC
https://positivelivingbc.org/http://idc.providencehealthcare.org/
Interior

BC Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS
http://www.cfenet.ubc.ca/drug-treatment-program

Living Positive Resource Centre (Kelowna)
http://lprc.ca/

REL8 (Penticton, Nelson, Quesnel, Kelowna, and Vernon)
https://www.rel8okanagan.com/

ANKORS East & ANKORS West
(Nelson and area, Cranbrook and area)
https://ankors.bc.ca/

ASK Wellness (Kamloops)
http://www.askwellness.ca/programs/health/

STOP HIV program (Interior wide)
https://www.interiorhealth.ca/YourCare/HIVHealthOutreach/Pages/default.aspx

Northern

Positive Living North
www.positivelivingnorth.org

Island

AIDS Vancouver Island (Victoria, Nanaimo, Courtenay/Comox, Campbell River
http://avi.org

Vancouver Island Persons Living with HIV/AIDS Society
http://vpwas.com/

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