There are no mandatory provisions for sex workers in Lithuania. In Lithuania, health insurance is compulsory. If sex workers are not insured, access to public health care is possible through the NGOs or other institutions. The same applies to uninsured migrant and undocumented sex workers. Access to HIV/AIDS treatment is available to Lithuanian nationals and those with a residence permit. National, migrant or undocumented sex workers have access to harm reduction programmes, regardless of their insurance status. HIV-positive persons will not be deported. The main barrier for national sex workers for accessing health care and treatment services is discrimination. Migrant sex workers additionally lack the necessary information about the national health sector, they experience discrimination and stigmatization and also lack self-confidence because of constant marginalization.