Réseau ACCESS Network is a non-profit, community-based charitable organization, committed to promoting wellness, education, harm and risk reduction and education. Réseau ACCESS Network supports individuals – and serves the whole community - in a comprehensive / holistic approach to HIV/AIDS, Hep C and related health issues.
Sexual Health & HIV/AIDS Groups
Rainbow Health Ontario is a province-wide program that works to improve the health and well-being of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and trans people
Sudbury Action Centre for Youth offers a casual labour employment program (ages 18+), a harm reduction program, and a youth drop-in centre (ages 16-24). Services include counselling, information, support, referrals, free condoms, clean needles, safe needle disposal, community presentations, transportation assistance, resume assistance, interview preparation, computer, fax machine, Internet, free recreational activities, evening meals, housing support, and peer mentorship.
AIDS Committee of Simcoe County (ACSC) is a health promotion organization focused on HIV-related issues. They offer counseling, case management, referrals, and practical support, as well as specific programs for gay and bisexual men, trans people, and LGBT Youth. Trans* Q Simcoe is a weekly social support group for trans* individuals at the Barrie office, and the LGBT Youth Connection is a drop-in social space for LGBT youth ages 14-21 with groups in Barrie, Orillia, Angus, and Collingwood.
Canadian Aboriginal AIDS Network (CAAN) is a not-for-profit coalition of individuals and organizations that provides leadership, support and advocacy for Aboriginal people living with and affected by HIV/AIDS, regardless of where they reside. CAAN offers a multitude of resources, strategies, tool kits, and statistics, as well as youth and community engagement initiatives.
Black Coalition for AIDS Prevention (Black CAP) works to reduce HIV/AIDS in Toronto's Black, African and Caribbean communities and enhance the quality of life of Black people living with or affected by HIV/AIDS. Services include HIV/AIDS prevention, outreach, education, support groups, counselling, advocacy, skill-building workshops, practical assistance, youth programs, anti-homophobia initiatives, and newcomer settlement services (including LGBT settlement services).
African and Caribbean Council on HIV/AIDS in Ontario (ACCHO) provides leadership in the response to HIV/AIDS in African, Caribbean, and Black communities in Ontario. Programs include community outreach and engagement campaigns, capacity-building for service provision agencies, and collaborative community-based research projects. ACCHO also provides fact sheets, statistics, links, and resources.
AIDS Thunder Bay provides confidential HIV/AIDS prevention, education, advocacy, and support services in Northwestern Ontario.
Centretown Community Health Centre offers a wide range of programs and services for the GLBTQ community in Ottawa, including sexual health clinic, mental health and counselling, trans health services, social support groups, and programs for youth and seniors.