Persons living with or affected by HIV

Services

ACCESS Network

The ACCESS Network responds to the needs of the entire community by providing a comprehensive and holistic approach to the treatment of HIV, AIDS, Hepatitis C and related health issues.

The AIDS Network

The AIDS Network addresses the impact of HIV on the health and well-being of individuals and communities in Hamilton, Halton, Haldimand, Norfolk and Brant.

AIDS Committee of Windsor

The Windsor AIDS Committee provides client advocacy, support, harm reduction, advocacy and health education to those at risk, affected, or living with HIV / AIDS in the region Windsor-Essex and Chatham-Kent.

Gilbert Centre for Social and Support Services

The Gilbert Center for Social and Support Services (formerly Simcoe County AIDS Committee) aims to prevent new HIV infections and help those living with HIV to better manage their health and well-being. It follows a broad approach, taking into account social determinants, and bases its work on the principles of social justice, equity and human rights.

HIV/AIDS Resources and Community Health (ARCH)

We provide care, treatment and prevention services in the area of HIV / AIDS and other blood borne and sexually transmitted diseases. Our innovative strategies for health promotion and community engagement follow a non-oppressive, sexually positive and inclusive approach.

Infectious Care Program (St. Joseph’s Health Care London)

The Infectious Disease Care Program responds to the needs of people living with or affected by HIV in the London area by providing medical, psychiatric, nursing, social work, pharmacy and nutrition services to outpatients. Those wishing to follow the Program for Medical Care will require a referral from a physician.

Peterborough AIDS Resource Network

Peterborough AIDS Resource Network (PARN) is a community-based agency that provides support and health promotion services for people living with and affected by HIV. PARN also provides education for people at risk and raises awareness in the community at large about HIV / AIDS issues.

Peel HIV / AIDS Network

The Peel HIV / AIDS Network is committed to serving a diversity of people living with or affected by HIV / AIDS with the goal of limiting the spread of the virus through support, education, outreach and volunteer activities.

Ontario’s Strategy for HIV and AIDS for Aboriginal People

Through culturally sensitive and responsive programs, our mission is to respond to the growing epidemic of HIV / AIDS in the Aboriginal community in Ontario through advocacy, prevention, long-term care, treatment and care. support in accordance with a harm reduction strategy.
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