Discussion Groups and Support

Services

AIDS Committee of North Bay and Region

The mission of the North Bay AIDS Committee and its region is to assist and support people living with or affected by HIV / AIDS and / or Hepatitis C.

AIDS Committee of Cambridge, Kitchener, and Waterloo Region

Through an adapted program and multidisciplinary collaboration, ACCKWA aims to reduce the transmission of HIV, hepatitis C, other sexually transmitted diseases and bloodstream infections in the region of Waterloo.

AIDS Committee of Durham Region

We build on the strengths and skills of people living with HIV / AIDS and related infections, those at risk, and their support networks in Durham Region.

Centres d’accueil héritage (CAH)

The mission of Centres d’accueil héritage (CAH) is to contribute to the development of seniors in French. They offer housing services as well as many lifestyle services for seniors. Some of the subsidized apartments are for adults living with HIV / AIDS, regardless of age.

AIDS Committee of London

The London AIDS Committee (or Regional HIV / AIDS Connection) is a community-based organization dedicated to improving the quality of life of individuals and communities living with HIV, at risk of exposure, or affected by the challenges associated with HIV / AIDS.

Positive Living Niagara

We provide education through an innovative and proactive approach, prevention through a harm reduction model, and person-centered support strategies for those living with or affected by HIV.

AIDS Committee of York Region

The York Region AIDS Committee is a non-profit community organization that embraces the principles of GIPA (increased involvement of people living with HIV / AIDS).

Black Coalition for AIDS Prevention (Black CAP)

Black CAP is an organization committed to reducing the HIV / AIDS epidemic in the African, Caribbean and Black communities of Toronto, while improving the quality of life of black people living with or affected by HIV / AIDS.

Oasis centre des femmes

Our mission is to equip women in the Greater Toronto Area and Halton-Peel who are affected by violence in all its forms to improve their situation and become fully autonomous. The organization is aimed at all Francophone women aged 16 and over, including women living with HIV / AIDS.
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