HIV is a manageable condition, with single-tablet medications available that cause very few side effects, if any, and are extremely well tolerated. But it is essential that people with HIV receive consistent, expert care and stay engaged in their treatment. Living with HIV presents certain unique challenges, especially in the months following diagnosis, so people with HIV should have access to mental health and other support services to help them stay physically and mentally healthy. You can find support services through your healthcare provider, your local community center, and HIV service organizations. You may also use HIV.gov’s HIV Testing & Care Services Locator to find services near you.