Who can access this service?
We provide opportunities for people with common concerns and/or interests to meet in a supportive environment where it is safe to share their experiences and learn from each other.
Current support groups include:
- Support Group for People Living with HIV: The group meets monthly and annually develops their social and educational activities. When needed a gender specific group can also be developed in response to arising issues.
- Cambodian Women’s Group called Happy Happy Khmer women (exact translation from Khmer) Group: Meets every 2 months in the northern region of Adelaide. All topics discussed help participants improve their health and welfare knowledge and their general wellbeing
- Boyz group: For people with diverse gender and cultural backgrounds. The group is facilitated by two support workers who share similar experiences. This group meets monthly.
- Unidos provides support services for culturally diverse individuals who identify as same-sex attracted. We can also work with their family and friends if needed. Click here to visit the Facebook page.
- Men’s group: We run a monthly men’s group to address general wellbeing, mental health and family relationships.
- VoW (Voices of Women) is an annual event combining education and cultural celebration activities in support of ordinary women from all walks of life, backgrounds and experiences. This event is organised in collaboration with other organisations and volunteers who work collectively in response to the International Women’s Day and the national women living with HIV day theme.
What to expect:
These groups help participants:
- develop friendships.
- connect, share knowledge, and support each other.
- build personal strengths and confidence.
- learn about other support services and how to access them.
- learn and develop, professionally and personally.