Connect 24/7 to young people with similar experiences and concerns, providing each other with encouragement, comfort, and advice.
If you are 13-34 and living with HIV, we want you to know that you will always be more than the disease. It will never define who you are. It will never have a say in what kind of person you are. It doesn’t have a say in your future. It’s just a virus — one that we can fight together.
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Medical News Today named Positive Peers one of the top 10 best blogs on HIV/AIDS in 2018!
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Let’s Talk About (Horribly Harmful) Conversion Therapy
If you are in any way involved in the LGBTQ+ community, you’ve probably heard of conversion therapy. It doesn't work, it costs the US billions of dollars every year, only harms to those that […]
Routine viral load testing: Should you care?
If you’ve been on the Positive Peers app for a little bit, you’ve probably come across some information on viral load testing. For most, just the word ‘test’ is enough to bring up horrific classroom […]
HIV Stories: True Tales of Living With HIV
The Tales of Triumph series is one of our favorite things to put together at Positive Peers. We sit down with real people and listen to their HIV stories, taking in the good and […]
Created by medical experts and young people living with HIV. Positive Peers users are 3x more likely to become undetectable / untransmittable (U=U). Proven to lessen the feelings of stigma.
Privately connect with other young people living with HIV to ask questions, share advice, and stories. Chat one-on-one or join the convo in the community forum. Reach out to healthcare providers easily.
Set medication reminders. Track success.
Reach for the right tool when you need it. Dig into award-winning, easy-to-read blogs for real advice on living with HIV. Relax with meditation videos. Gain inspiration from other young people living with HIV in Tales of Triumph. Search for healthcare and community resources.
U=U Status Record
Record doctor visits and lab results. Track your way to becoming undetectable/untransmittable (U=U).
Daily, monthly, and yearly view of health habits recorded on the app.
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