Search Organizations (English): Ontario, HIV positive persons

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AIDS Support Chatam-Kent  
http://www.aidswindsor.org/cms/aids-support-chatham-kent-contact-information/ACW-Information/Contact-Information/contact-information-aids-support-chathamkent/menu-id-70.html

Forms is a satellite office of AIDS Committee of Windsor. Serves residents affected by HIV/AIDS with support, counselling, financial aid and education.

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Africans in Partnership Against AIDS  
http://www.apaa.ca

Provides education in order to stop the spread of HIV-AIDS; gives support to people who are infected and affected by HIV-AIDS, and establishes linkages with other agencies.

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AIDS Committee of Windsor  
http://www.aidswindsor.com/

Provides support and education services for people at risk of, living with, or affected by HIV/AIDS in Essex and Kent counties.

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The AIDS Network  
http://www.aidsnetwork.ca/

Provides accurate, up-to-date information to individuals and groups in Hamilton, Haldimand, Norfolk and Brant in an effort to reduce the risk of transmission and increase the understanding of HIV/AIDS and related issues. Also provides a Speakers Bureau, Resource Centre, Treatment Information Exchange, Print Materials and Condom Distribution, Health Promotion Strategies, VAN Needle Exchange Program, and Workshops.

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Peterborough AIDS Resource Network  
http://www.parn.ca

Forms an organization that addresses the needs of people living with HIV or AIDS and those directly affected, serving City of Kawartha Lakes, Haliburton, Northumberland, and Peterborough counties in Ontario. (See Details)

Canadian Aboriginal AIDS Network  
http://www.caan.ca

Forms a coalition of individuals and organizations which provides leadership, support and advocacy for Aboriginal people living with and affected by HIV/AIDS.

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AIDS Action Now!
Advocates on behalf of people living with HIV/AIDS in the community and at all government levels so that they have easy access to the services and treatments they need.
Alliance for South Asian AIDS Prevention  
http://www.asaap.ca/
Works toward preventing the spread of HIV and AIDS in South Asian communities, principally in the greater Toronto area. Offers programs in preventive education, advocacy, resource development, volunteer development, and support for people living with HIV and AIDS. Offers resources and services in Hindi, Urdu, Tamil, Punjabi, Bengali and Gujarati. (See Details)
Canadian AIDS Society  
http://www.cdnaids.ca/
Forms a coalition of community-based AIDS organizations that advocates for people and communities affected by HIV/AIDS. (See Details)
Canadian Treatment Action Council  
http://www.ctac.ca/
Promotes informed public policy and public education on issues that impact on access to treatment and health care for people living with HIV/AIDS. Defines treatment to include conventional as well as complementary and alternative medicine. (See Details)