‘Us Mob and HIV’ is a booklet designed to increase Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people’s understanding of HIV. The booklet provides introductory information about HIV, transmission and prevention, HIV testing, HIV treatments, health monitoring, care and support needs, as well as contact details for services. Download the booklet or contact your local AIDS Council for hard copies.



DOIN ‘IT’ RIGHT! Is a sexual and reproductive health kit for the Aboriginal community produced by the Aboriginal Health and Medical Research Council of NSW (AH&MRC)


The Positive Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Network, or PATSIN, is made up entirely of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people living with HIV. PATSIN provides culturally appropriate support to people with HIV in our community. PATSIN is hosted by the National Association of People with HIV Australia (NAPWHA), and meets face-to-face and by teleconference throughout the year. The network provides the opportunity for HIV-positive Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to advocate for policy change at a national level. PATSIN members network in their communities – talking about ways to promote safe sex, safe needle use, HIV testing and early treatment. PATSIN can be contacted by email: or by phoning NAPWHA on 1800 259 666.

HIV CURE has been developed by the National Association of People With HIV Australia in association with the Doherty Institute, the Alfred Hospital and the Kirby Institute. The website collates the latest research news and scientific developments as they happen. The website is part of a partnership between community organisations and scientists to ensure that people living with HIV in Australia can be educated, engaged and gain access to the successes being made.



The Victorian Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation produces a range of resources on sexual health.

Neville’s Story

“Neville’s story” is one of a series of short films produced by Queensland Positive People featuring five people discussing HIV treatment and the ways that HIV treatment has changed over the years. This video features the late Neville Fazulla, a man of Arrernte and Afghani descent, who lived with HIV for over 20 years. Neville was a passionate advocate for people with HIV and for recognition of the need to educate Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander communities about HIV prevention and treatment. He passed away in December 2017. Watch Neville’s story here: Neville’s Story

Living Well: Women with HIV

Living Well: Women with HIV is an online resource for women living with HIV. It provides clear information about disclosing HIV status, having sex, treatment, having children, keeping well and getting support. The resource deals with specific issues faced by women with HIV, including increased risk of thrush, pelvic inflammatory disease (PID), human papillomavirus (HPV), cervical cancer and osteoporosis. The resource also covers issues associated with pregnancy, childbirth and breastfeeding. Click here to go to their website: Living Well: Women with HIV,

HIV Tests & Treatments website

The HIV Tests & Treatments website provides information for people living with HIV about HIV treatment medications – how they work, and how to deal with side-effects. It also describes some common tests used to monitor the health of people with HIV, and how these tests can be used to make decisions about starting or changing treatments.