Positive Link

About Positive Link

Positive Link is a group for gay, bi, queer, pan, and same-gender loving men and non-binary people who are living with HIV. Every month, we host fun social outings, engaging discussion and support groups, and health education presentations related to living with HIV. We also help people living with HIV to get connected to local resources, programs, and clinics. We want to help you find support from others living with HIV, bring members of our community together, and equip you with tools to thrive. We will provide you with the most current and scientifically accurate information about living with HIV and other aspects of physical, mental, chemical, and sexual health. Whether you are newly diagnosed or have been living with HIV for years, Positive Link has something to offer you.

Rainbow Health support groups are available to people all across Minnesota. If you are living in Greater MN, online and phone support is available 1-on-1 and in groups, right now! Educational workshops on living well with HIV will be available as soon as the current COVID-19 public health emergency abates.

Case Managers & Other Referring Staff:
Click here to get the Peer Support Intake Packet; when complete, email to [email protected] or fax to 612-341-3827.


Individual Client Meetings: We can meet with you one on one to help you learn about safe sex and risk reduction, living with HIV, or simply provide some peer support around living with HIV. We can also help you get connected to services and make referrals. All individual meetings are confidential.

2nd and 4th Wednesday Suppor+Discussion Groups: These peer-facilitated discussion groups meet twice a month on Wednesdays from 11am – 1pm in a safe space for gay and bisexual men living with HIV get-together to learn more about a range of topics. A sample of topics include:

  • Living with HIV
  • Disclosure (communicating with friends, family, and partners)
  • Nutrition and body image
  • Intimacy and relationships
  • Stigma management/reduction
  • HIV treatment
  • Building social support
  • Mental health management
  • Sexual health and risk-reduction

Educational Workshops: Positive Link staff and volunteers plan and coordinate-free dinners at local restaurants where experts present about HIV-related issues.


If you need to get in touch with the Positive Link program:

  •  email [email protected],
  • call Belinda—the Positive Link program coordinator—at 612-351-7600


The Minnesota AIDSLine is Minnesota’s statewide information and referral service that can answer your questions about HIV and link you to help. You may reach AIDSLine by phone, text, e-mail, or live chat.

Text “AIDSLine” to 839863
E-mail [email protected]
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