Finding a community is an important part of having pride in who you are. This page has support resources for men who have sex with men and allies that want to learn more about how they can help sexual and gender minorities.

Find a Doctor

Finding a healthcare provider who can talk to you about HIV and U=U, prescribe PrEP, and respect your identity and background can be a hard process. If you’re having trouble finding a healthcare provider, be sure to check out our growing list of recommended providers.

Find a Doctor

If you have a doctor you’d like to recommend, send us a message using the Contact Us form on the bottom of this page.

Learn More About Your Community

Read true stories about coming out, finding out you’re HIV-positive, and more from Black/African American and Hispanic/Latino men who have sex with men.

Community Stories

Join the Forums

Our forums were made to give men of color a place to talk about HIV, sexuality, and more with others like them. Anyone can join the forums for free. You can post as a guest, or you can create an account. To create an account:

1. Go to the forums.
2. Click Register on the top, blue bar.
3. Create a username, put in your email address, and click “Register.”
4. Check your email for a message from For HIMM. It may be in your Spam box.
5. Click the link in the email to set up your password.
6. Go back to the For HIMM Forums to log in with your username and password.

If you have questions, let us know in the forums or fill out the Contact Us form below.

Go to the Forums

“I want a community, like, hey, a group of people that are actually [HIV] positive, to build friendship and relationship.” —HIV-positive, Latino Male