Background : Emotional support is one of family's support aspect and a form of comfort, care and help that received by a person from someone important for them. The purpose of this research is to identified the correlation of emotional support and the implementation of HIV treatment programs.Methods: The design of this research is descriptive correlation with cross sectional approach. The amount of samples is 98 patien with HIV/AIDS from pokja-HIV/AIDS at RSPI Prof. Dr. Sulianti Saroso. Data analysis consist of univariate and bivariate analysis with chi square test .Results : Of the 98 respondents most of which 54 (54.1%) expressed less get emotional family support and 53 (53.1%) is not routine in the implementation of the treatment of patients with HIV/AIDS. There was a significant correlation between emotional support families with the compliance program HIV/AIDS treatment ( Pvalue = 0,01).Conclusion : There is a significant correlation between emotional support and the adherence of HIV treatment.