Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs/STBBIs)
Being diagnosed with a Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI) or a Sexually Transmitted Blood Borne Infection (STBBI) can affect a person’s overall well-being in many ways, including having an impact on their mental health. A person with mental health challenges may also experience certain effects when managing an STI/STBBI. The connection between STIs/STBBIs and mental health is very complex, in this section you will find resources on this topic from a variety of sources and perspectives.
|HPV: The Ultimate Guide||Info sheets and pamphlets||HPV||2018||Halifax Sexual Health Centre|
|HSV: The Ultimate Guide||Info sheets and pamphlets||HSV||2018||Halifax Sexual Health Centre|
|B.C. Study Underscores Need for Mental Health Services for HIV-Positive People||Research||HIV||2018||CATIE|
|Addressing Determinants of STI/STBBIs Among Street-Involved Youth: Mental Health||Info sheets and pamphlets||STI/STBBIs and youth||2014||Public Health Agency of Canada|
|HIV and Clinical Depression||Info sheets and pamphlets||HIV and depression||2012||American Psychiatric Association|
|HIV and Anxiety||Info sheets and pamphlets||HIV and anxiety||2012||American Psychiatric Association|