Persons living with or affected by HIV

Services

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.

Special Medical Immunology Services (SIS) Clinic at McMaster University Medical Center

The Special Medical Immunology Services (SIS) Clinic at McMaster University Medical Center provides care to HIV-positive adults, infants, children and adolescents living with HIV or who have HIV-positive parents, as well as those co-infected with HIV and hepatitis C.

Centre francophone de Toronto

The Centre francophone de Toronto is the gateway for Francophones living in or coming to Toronto. The Centre offers a variety of services to the entire Francophone community.

AIDS Committee of Ottawa

The Ottawa AIDS Committee's mission is to provide support, prevention, education and screening services based on a framework that promotes social justice, anti-oppression and anti-discrimination.

The AIDS and Sexual Health Information Line

The AIDS and Sexual Health Information Line is an anonymous and free service available throughout the province of Ontario. A team of specialized, multidisciplinary and multicultural advisors is available to answer your questions in 18 languages. French service is available from Monday to Friday, from 10 am to 5 pm at 1-800-668-2437. If you are calling from Toronto, call 416-392-2437.

Oasis Program of Sandy Hill Community Health Center

The Sandy Hill Community Health Center provides medical and social services for people living with and / or affected by HIV and / or Hepatitis C. These same services are also available to people who have difficulty finding services because they use street drugs, suffer from a mental illness, are homeless or have sex workers.
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