National AIDS Trust short survey identifying how general mental health services can be improved.
National AIDS Trust wants to hear from people living with HIV who have accessed NHS talking therapies for support and to improve their mental health. People living with HIV are much more likely to be affected by poor mental health compared to general population. While some people have access to specialist mental health support (e.g. through their clinic or a charity), others rely on services without expertise or knowledge relevant to HIV. Therefore, it is important to understand what support people are accessing, whether it has been beneficial and how it can be improved.
National AIDS Trust is conducting a short survey, with the aim of identifying how general mental health services can be improved. The feedback will be used to develop a series of recommendations that will be shared with the NHS and other relevant bodies.
You can complete the survey here.