Peer Support

Health. Equity. Hope.

About Our Peer Navigator Support

Peer Navigators are trained support specialists who have personal experience living with HIV/AIDS. As a result, they are uniquely positioned to help clients find their bearings in a health system that can often feel overwhelming. Choice Health Network Peer Navigators are available to meet one-on-one to provide free, confidential assistance identifying resources and setting personal goals. Peer Navigator meetings help promote empowerment and self-determination, and offer clients compassionate guidance on their journey of wellness.

Peer Support Services

  • Connecting to community programs and services.
  • Navigating health systems.
  • Assisting with social integration and health risking behaviors.
  • Accessing community resources.
  • Identifying coping strategies concerning disclosure and stress.
  • Goal setting including medication adherence compliance strategies and planning.

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The State of Tennessee’s decision to not accept federal funding for HIV prevention services came as a surprise to us and similar organizations. While we remain hopeful for a resolution, as things stand now, our contract to provide these services will end May 31, 2023. Our team is exploring ways to ensure that these important services will remain available in our community and will keep you apprised of those efforts.

Ryan White and HOPWA services, along with our medical clinic, are not affected by this decision.

In late 2022, Positively Living/Choice Health Network was named an HIV/AIDS Center of Excellence – validating the quality of care we provide the community. All of our services continue uninterrupted, and our locations across the state are open.

Thank you for trusting us with your care. Together, we will keep working toward a future of health, equity and hope.