First Steps Toward Treatment
Making decisions about treating HIV can sometimes feel overwhelming. Developing a personal plan to help you think about, plan for and make treatment decisions can help. Whether considering pharmaceutical drugs or complementary therapies, it's important that your plan is one you're comfortable with and feel empowered by.
While information about HIV and the various options for managing HIV disease can at times seem overwhelming, developing a decision-making process around treatment is not a mystery. In fact, the general principals of decision-making around your health and treatment choices are the same principals that you probably already apply in many areas of your life.
The Positive Force and PLUS programs of STOP AIDS Project can help you find resources to consider various options available to you. Also, Project Inform runs a wonderful hotline that will also help you go to www.projectinform.org