We envision a healthy future for our sex, sexuality and gender diverse communities — a future without HIV, where all people live with dignity and wellbeing.
Who We Are
We are a community-controlled organisation, governed by our members, and working for our sex, sexuality and gender diverse communities.
- We devise and deliver effective community-driven health and wellbeing programs.
- We advocate to reduce stigma and discrimination.
- Decrease rates and impact of HIV
- Be recognised as a visible and trusted leader for our communities
- Lead through innovative and high-quality programs and services
- Be a strong, unified organisation
- Be a well-governed, financially secure, and sustainably-resourced organisation
We are responsive to our communities and encourage leadership at all levels of our work.
We respect and celebrate the diversity within our communities.
We value being inclusive in all aspects of our work.
We are committed to equal rights, health equity and recognition of social and economic inequality.
We stand up for what is right and take considered risks to learn and grow.
We are optimistic for each other and for the future.
Thorne Harbour Health has a long, rich and diverse history, working with and for LGBTI communities and people living with or affected by HIV. This is reflected in the principles that govern and underpin the way we work.
We are accredited under the Quality Improvement Council (QIC) Program.
Our commitment to consumer and community participation as well as our framework to ensure its practical application is articulated through our Consumer and Community Participation Policy (PDF 204 KB).
We deliver accessible and responsive programs in collaboration with others in our communities.