WAAC’s Integrated Support Services (INTESS) team provide a range of health enhancement programs for people living with HIV.
M Clinic is our nurse-led sexual health clinic for men who have sex with men, trans people and non-binary people.
Freedom is here to support young people, families and communities to be happy, healthy and informed about diverse sexuality, gender identities, and sex.
The WAAC Needle and Syringe Exchange Program offers free and low-cost sterile injecting equipment and the safe disposal of used equipment for people who inject drugs.
WAAC provides a wide range of education and capacity building services for people in Western Australia, including communities, individuals, organisation and professionals.
WAAC (pronounced like ‘whack’) is a non-profit organisation with a vision for a world of positive healthy people in inclusive, connected communities.
Chronic health conditions are common, so why is there one that we still can’t accept? Nearly half of all Australians are living with a chronic health condition, yet HIV is still stigmatised and discriminated against. It’s time to change the narrative of HIV.
Click here to step forward in the fight against stigma.
HIV stands for Human Immunodeficiency Virus. It is a virus that damages the immune system, which impacts the body’s ability to recover from infection and disease.
The landscape of HIV has changed drastically in the last 40+ years. We have come a long way with HIV medication, education, and research, making prevention, treatment and testing now widely available.
Find out more about HIV in 2023 here.