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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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British Columbia Persons with AIDS Society  
http://www.bcpwa.org/
Works to enable persons living with AIDS and HIV disease to empower themselves through mutual support and collective action. (See Details)
International Community of Women Living with HIV/AIDS  
http://www.icw.org/
Forms an international network run for and by HIV positive women. Gives HIV positive women a unified voice in policy forums by working with them on issues of concern before and during conferences. Ensures HIV positive women speak at major HIV/AIDS conferences by co-organising such events and ensuring women have the opportunity to speak. Provides training for positive women’s empowerment in Africa and Latin America that is inspired, planned and run by positive women for positive women. Provides skills building workshops at conferences for instance in sexual and reproductive rights and microbicides. Completes participatory research into HIV positive women’s concerns and needs around reproductive and sexual health. Produces written resources inspired by HIV positive women, incorporating their voices, for other HIV positive women. (See Details)
Hassle Free Clinic: Women's Clinic  
http://www.hasslefreeclinic.org/DirectoryWomen.html
Provides reproductive health services for women in a feminist, non-judgemental, non-racist, lesbian-positive manner. Offers anonymous HIV testing, birth control information and methods, birth control pill starts/restarts, IUD counselling and insertions, diaphragm and cervical cap fittings, fertility awareness teaching and training, STI testing, treatment and follow-up, pregnancy testing, counselling, abortion referrals and post-abortion check-ups, Pap tests, breast examinations, other gynecological related appointments with their doctors, individual counselling and support for HIV+ women, sexuality counselling, alternative insemination counselling, presentations to community groups and organizations, displays at community events, needle exchange, emergency contraceptive pills, and general women’s health education and referrals. (See Details)
McLaren Housing Society of British Columbia  
http://www.mclarenhousing.com/
Provides safe, affordable housing to men, women and families who live with HIV/AIDS, are in financial need and yet are able to live independently. (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)
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.
AIDS Calgary Awareness Association  
http://www.aidscalgary.org/
Promotes HIV prevention among Calgary's high risk populations, including the gay community, youth and injection drug users. Provides support services to people living with HIV/AIDS, including counseling and advocacy, nutrition, care services, access to complementary therapies and financial aid. (See Details)
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)
Healing our Spirit BC Aboriginal HIV/AIDS Society  
http://www.healingourspirit.org
Aims to prevent and reduce the spread of HIV and AIDS in both urban and rural Aboriginal communities in British Columbia through educational workshops and resources. Offers care and support services to Aboriginal peoples infected and affected by HIV/AIDS. (See Details)