African & Caribbean Council on HIV/AIDS in Ontario (ACCHO)

ACCHO is made up of organizations and individuals committed to HIV prevention, education, advocacy, research, treatment, care and support for African, Caribbean and Black communities in Ontario.

Visit the African & Caribbean Council on HIV/AIDS in Ontario website.

AIDS Bereavement and Resiliency Program of Ontario (ABRPO)

ABRPO collaborates with organizations to build worker, agency and community resiliency in the face of AIDS-related multiple loss and transition.

Visit the AIDS Bereavement and Resiliency Program of Ontario website.


CATIE provides free HIV information services and support to people living with HIV and their caregivers, to health care providers, to AIDS service organizations and to related front-line organizations.

Visit the CATIE website.

Committee for Accessible AIDS Treatment (CAAT)

Improving Access, Building Community Capacity and Promoting PHA Leadership, CAAT is a coalition of more than 30 Ontario based organizations from the legal, health, settlement and HIV/AIDS sectors. It was formed in 1999 to improve treatment and service access for marginalized people with HIV/AIDS. Since its inception, CAAT has been at the forefront of education, research, service coordination and advocacy on issues related to HIV, immigration and access.

The Ethno-racial Treatment Support Network (ETSN) provides 2-level peer treatment and counselling training for culturally diverse communities. ETSN has been integrated as a core program of CAAT.

Visit the Committee for Accessible AIDS Treatment website.

HIV Resources Ontario 

The HIV Resources Ontario group was established in 2013. HIV Resources Ontario is a collaborative of resource programs and organizations mandated by the AIDS Bureau to build the capacity of the HIV sector in Ontario by delivering trainings, workshops, materials, and organizational development supports.

This website has been created as an online navigation tool to make materials and resources created by HIV Resources Ontario available to ASOs across Ontario.

Visit the HIV Resources Ontario website


Mental Health Network


  • Network in order to build personal connections with other front line workers, to increase knowledge of what is available for people living with HIV/AIDS (PHAs) in the community and to facilitate referrals
  • Identify gaps in services and avoid duplication
  • Keep members connected with activism and the community roots of services to PHAs
  • Facilitate problem solving
  • Develop strategies to reduce barriers for PHAs accessing services
  • Encourage partnerships among service providers
  • Opportunities to identify what works and does not work in delivering services; identify best practices
  • Share expertise, peer support, mentoring and learning with other front line workers
  • Ensure that our work is inclusive and consistent with anti-oppression principles

The Mental Health Network meets four times a year rotating amongst the member organizations. To be placed on the e-mail distribution list, please e-mail Scott Bowler at the Mount Sinai Clinic for HIV-Related Concerns

Ontario AIDS Network (OAN)

OAN is a network of community-based organizations which were formed as a grass-roots response to needs for AIDS services and information.

Visit the Ontario AIDS Network website.

Ontario HIV Treatment Network (OHTN)

The Ontario HIV Treatment Network is a collaborative network of researchers, health service providers, policy makers, community members and people with HIV who work together to promote excellence and innovation in HIV treatment, research, education in Ontario.

Visit the Ontario HIV Treatment Network website.