We provide prevention education and support for 2-Spirit, including First Nations, metis and Inuit people living with or at risk for HIV and related co-infections in the
Greater Toronto Area. We base our work on indigenous philosophies of wholistic health and wellness.
Action positive VIH/sida est un organisme francophone, sans but lucratif, qui offre des services de prévention, d’éducation, de soutien et qui vise à répondre aux besoins psychosociaux des personnes de toute origine qui vivent avec le VIH/sida, qui en sont affectées ou qui sont à risques de le contracter.
Action positive VIH / SIDA is a French-speaking, non-profit organization that offers prevention, education and support services and aims to meet the psychosocial needs of people of all origins living with HIV / AIDS, who are affected or who are at risk of contracting it.
Is a volunteer-driven, charitable AIDS Service Organization serving African communities in Toronto. APAA provides unique HIV/AIDS
Education and support in a linguistically and culturally appropriate manner to African peoples. We believe that a supportive environment is essential to the well-being of people living with HIV/AIDS as well as their partners, family and friends.
Founded in 1983 by a group of community volunteers, today ACT is a leader in efforts to end AIDS in Toronto. Through HIV and sexual health education, prevention and outreach, we are working towards a city with zero new HIV infections, zero HIV-related stigma and discrimination, and zero AIDS-related deaths.
ASAAP`s work is focused on areas that many South Asians find uncomfortable facing, such as sexuality, sexual health and homophobia. The shame and guilt associated with conversations on sexual health impede access to information and fuel our work even today
Asian Community AIDS Services (ACAS) is a charitable, non-profit, community-based organization located in Toronto, Canada. We provide safer sex education and services to the East and Southeast Asian communities and support services to persons living with HIV/AIDS and members of the LGBTQ communities.
Barrett House provides a dignified, caring and homelike environment for persons living with HIV and AIDS who require ongoing care.
Since 1989, the Black Coalition for AIDS Prevention (Black CAP) has worked to respond to the threat of HIV and AIDS in Toronto’s African, Caribbean and Black communities. Our work is guided by our motto, ‘Because All Black People’s Lives Are Important’, which serves as a reminder of our commitment to the human rights and dignity of all Black people who are vulnerable to HIV and sexually transmitted infections (STIs).
Since the day we opened our doors in 1988, it’s been clear: Casey House is different. Yes, we are Canada’s first and only stand-alone hospital for people with HIV/AIDS with a multi-disciplinary approach to health and well-being, but it’s the way we treat our clients that sets us apart.
The Deaf Outreach Program (DOP) provides education and support services relating to HIV/AIDS in the Deaf & Hard of Hearing communities in Ontario in Canada.
David Kelley Services (DKS) Program is named after the late David Kelley, one of the founders of the Toronto Counselling Centre for Lesbians and Gays (TCCLG). The program was established in 1996 after TCCLG merged with Family Service Toronto.
We are committed to trauma-informed, anti-oppression practices to help empower LGBTQ+ individuals, couples and families, as well as people living with, affected by or concerned about HIV/AIDS, and to enhance participation in their communities and in the broader society.
La misión del Centro para Gente de Habla Hispana es mejorar la calidad de vida de nuestros miembros de la comunidad. Ofrecemos servicios culturalmente apropiados que promueven la integración social y económica de nuestra comunidad con la sociedad en general.
The mission of the Centre for Spanish-Speaking Peoples is to enhance the quality of life for our community members. We deliver culturally appropriate services to advance the social and economic integration of our community into broader society.
Le Centre francophone du Grand Toronto est la porte d’entrée pour les francophones qui vivent à Toronto ou qui viennent s’y installer
Le Centre offre des services variés à l’ensemble de la communauté francophone. Il applique son mandat en respectant la mission, la vision et les valeurs de l’organisme.
The Centre Francophone du Grand Toronto is a non-profit organization. It is the main gateway for Francophones living in or coming to settle in Toronto.
The Centre contributes to the well-being of the Francophone community and offers a community and multidisciplinary approach. The Centre offers a variety of services to the entire Francophone community in Toronto and the surrounding area, thus meeting its diverse needs.
The Committee for Accessible AIDS Treatment (CAAT) is committed to promoting the health and wellbeing of people living with HIV who are facing access barriers related to their status using the tools of education, training, research, service coordination and advocacy.
Fife House is an innovative, client-focused provider of secure and supportive affordable housing and services to people living with HIV/AIDS in the Greater Toronto Area.
Fred Victor is a social service charitable organization that fosters long-lasting and positive change in the lives of homeless and low-income people living across Toronto.
Founded in 1956, Hemophilia Ontario is the Ontario Chapter of the Canadian Hemophilia Society. A volunteer driven organization, we are a provincially incorporated charitable organization headquartered in Toronto with outreach across all of Ontario.
HALCO is a charitable not-for-profit community-based legal clinic that provides free legal services for people living with HIV/AIDS in Ontario, Canada.
The Hassle Free Clinic provides free medical and counselling services in many areas of sexual health.
Nuestra función primordial es la unión de sinergias entre nosotros y ser reconocidos como una comunidad étnica con una voz fortalecida y reconocida ente la comunidad VIH/SIDA en Ontario.
Our primary function is the union of synergies between ourselves and being recognized as a part of an ethnic community living with HIV that has strengthened the voice within the HIV/AIDS movement in Ontario.
LetsStopAIDS is a youth-driven Canadian charity that inspires youth to take action, relating to HIV, within local communities. We focus on HIV prevention and knowledge exchange by engaging youth and fostering leadership.
LOFT Community Services provides support and hope to people facing complex mental and physical health challenges, addictions, dementia, homelessness or risk of homelessness. LOFT stands for Leap of Faith Together and we’re there where there are few others, reaching out in response to unmet needs.
A program of LOFT Community Services, we provide supportive housing for men and women, sixteen years of age or older, with special needs (such as mental health or addiction related issues) and living with HIV/AIDS.
Maggie’s is an organization run for and by sex workers. Our mission is to assist sex workers in our efforts to live and work with safety and dignity. We are founded on the belief that in order to improve our circumstances, sex workers must control our own lives and destinies. Maggie’s advocates that we should all have the right to choose or reject sex work, just as we have the right to choose or reject any other kind of work.
The Clinic for HIV-Related Concerns has been providing comprehensive mental health services to those infected and affected by HIV since 1986. It is a multi-disciplinary clinic which includes psychiatrists and psychotherapists with social work, nursing and occupational therapy backgrounds.
Parkdale Queen West CHC) is a community-based health service organization serving south-west Toronto.
PASAN is a community-based prisoner health and harm reduction organization that provides support, education and advocacy to prisoners and ex-prisoners across Canada.
Philip Aziz Centre (PAC) is a non-profit, home hospice program providing practical, physical, emotional and spiritual support for people living with cancer, HIV/AIDS and other life-limiting illnesses. Hospice services are delivered through a small professional staff team and large base of trained volunteers, who work in collaboration with healthcare professionals and other agencies involved in client’s care.
RPCHC works with the people who live and work in the area to improve the health and wellbeing of the people who live here and the community as a whole. We offer a wide range of services and programs – some of them accessible by everybody, some of them more focused, some of them about specific health issues, some of them about building on people’s capacity to take action on common issues impacting health…but all of them about building the health of this dynamic community.
Like the unique mosaic at our front door, Sherbourne was shaped by our communities. As with our programs and services, when the pieces are put together, the different colours and textures form something inviting, vibrant and relevant to the people we serve. We work closely with our partners and community members. Our primary care and chronic disease management services, health promotion and education, outreach and social supports, and mental health services work together to provide transformative care and support.
South Riverdale Community Health Centre is a non-profit, multi-service organizaton that provides primary healthcare, social and community outreach services with an emphasis on health promotion and disease prevention primarily to people of East Toronto.
The family health team has a group of internationally renowned HIV specialists who help guide and maintain care for people living with HIV and those at risk of infection with HIV or other blood-borne illnesses, including Hepatitis C. We provide HIV testing, testing and treatment for Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs), sexual health counseling, management of HIV, addiction services, mental health services, prevention of HIV including PREP and PEP, testing and management of Hepatitis B and C.
Our team includes physicians, nurses, nurse practitioners, pharmacists, social workers, and dietitians.
At St. Michael’s Hospital, the Positive Care Program team and the inpatient team work together to provide total Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) care and services to you and your family. We provide patient care in several areas of the hospital according to your health care needs.
St. Stephen’s Community House is a unique, community-based social service agency that has been serving the needs of Kensington Market and other neighbourhoods in Toronto since 1962. We are dedicated to making our communities stronger, happier and healthier.
The multidisciplinary HIV ambulatory clinic provides care for patients with HIV-related infectious diseases, as well as management of HIV-related renal and endocrine disorders in addition to nursing, social work and nutritional counseling.
The Teresa Group is Canada’s oldest community-based charitable organization specifically serving children affected by HIV and AIDS and their families.
We engage people living with HIV/AIDS in enhancing their health and well-being through practical and therapeutic support services and broader social change, and we inspire them to live into their dreams and discoveries.
Toronto Public Health (TPH) reports to the Board of Health and is responsible for the health and well-being of all 2.9 million residents. TPH has focused on protecting and promoting the health of Toronto residents since 1883 by:
- preventing the spread of disease, promoting healthy living and advocating for conditions that improve health for Toronto residents
- using surveillance to monitor the health status of the population in order to respond to on-going and emerging health needs
- developing and implementing public policy and practices that enhance the health of individuals, communities and the entire city
We provide specialized consultation to you and your family doctor on how to best manage your HIV care. After every appointment you have in our clinic, we will send a detailed letter to your family doctor.
Our goal is to empower you to meet your personal health goals. Our care is based on the principles of accessibility, comprehensiveness, health promotion and patient satisfaction. If you are interested in an approach that we have not offered, please let us know so that we can determine if we can arrange this for you. If you do not agree with one of our recommendations, please let us know so that we can make alternate suggestions.
Women’s Health In Women’s Hands is a Community Health Centre for racialized women living in Toronto and surrounding municipalities. Our primary health care team of highly skilled health care professionals specialize in the health and wellness needs of racialized women and prioritizes those from African, Caribbean, Latin American and South Asian communities. Our services are fully accessible and designed to address the barriers that prevent women from being in excellent health