Continuous Comprehensive Care Program for HIV / AIDS in Surakarta; This research aimed to find out the demographic, social and economic characteristics of people with HIV/AIDS (ODHA); stakeholders' knowledge, attitude, and behavior toward HIV/AIDS and people with HIV/AIDS; comprehensive and sustainable support and service, as well as the contribution of stakeholders to the HIV/AIDS management program in Surakarta City. The research method employed was an exploratory one. The sampling technique used was purposive sampling one. The data collection was conducted using observation, in-depth interview, Focus Group Discussion, and documentation. Technique of analyzing data used was an interactive model of analysis. The result of research showed that in Surakarta, generally people with HIV/AIDS were productive, female, heterosexual and working as employees, having medical problem and social culture such as developing opportunistic infection, ARV drug side effect, depression, discriminated, negative stigma, isolated by the family and society member. The stakeholders of sustainable and comprehensive service in dealing with HIV/AIDS in Surakarta City had good knowledge about HIV/AIDS, caring and responsiveness to the people with HIV/AIDS. A comprehensive and sustainable support and service started during undertaking test; antriretroviral (ARV) drugs procurement, ethical and non-discriminatory treatment; opportunistic infection prevention and treatment; non-medical therapy and Peer-Group Support.