Toronto

Services

PASAN (Prisoners’ HIV/AIDS Support Action Network)

PASAN is a community organization dedicated to providing community development, education and support to prisoners and former prisoners in terms of HIV / AIDS, hepatitis C and other harm reduction issues.

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.

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.

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.

La Passerelle I.D.É.

Our mission is to foster the integration and economic development of Francophone newcomers and immigrants in all their diversity.

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.

The Teresa Group

The Teresa Group exists to improve the dignity and wellbeing of children and members of their family affected by HIV.

Women’s Health In Women’s Hands

Our mission is to provide health care primarily to women of Black, African, Caribbean, Latin America and South Asia living in Toronto or neighboring communities. Our approach is inclusive and feminist, pro-choice, anti-racist, anti-oppression and favors a multilingual participation in the response of health care access of these populations.
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