The social construction of HIV infection and AIDS as a predominantly male disease has been well documented elsewhere. This has clear repercussions for women's experience of living with HIV infection, including initial delay in diagnosis, treatment with drugs tested on men only, and a lack of service provision catering for the needs of women. In particular, the mental health needs of women living with HIV infection appear to be poorly understood and not adequately addressed, and it is this issue which is the focus for this chapter. I will first give a brief outline of the main issues, and then go on to critically examine current resources.