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Survey Guys Into Guys

 

Calling all guys into guys! Regional HIV/AIDS Connection, in partnership with sagecomm, is designing and implementing an awareness and education campaign that aims to create awareness around the importance of HIV testing and prevention among men who have sex with other men, including those who enjoy chemically enhanced sex, and we’d greatly appreciate a few minutes of your time.

Date: 
Tue, 09/25/2018

RHAC Spills the Tea

We are spilling the tea on gay dating apps! Join us to talk about some of the issues gay men run into on Grindr and Squirt, like masc4masc, racism, and party n' play. We will also discuss PrEP and undetectable viral load and explore tips for making the best Grindr and Squirt profiles!

Date: 
Thu, 09/27/2018

Couch Crew

Come out and make a difference while meeting some great people by volunteering at Couch Crew. Drop in and help package harm reduction supplies in the community room and be a part of harm reduction!

Couch Crew meets every Monday and Wednesday at 1pm at RHAC.

For more information contact Fran McKeown at 519-434-1601 ext. 252 or email fmckeown@hivaidsconnection.ca.

 

Couch Crew

 

Come out and make a difference while meeting some great people by volunteering at Couch Crew. Drop in and help package harm reduction supplies in the community room and be a part of harm reduction!

Couch Crew meets every Monday and Wednesday at 1pm at RHAC.

For more information contact Fran McKeown at 519-434-1601 ext. 252 or email fmckeown@hivaidsconnection.ca.

 

Annual Report

 

Are you curious to learn more about the work we do? We proudly publish our 2017/2018 Annual General Report that outlines the year through Courage, Care, Community and Change. You can find the report here, and also read it on ISSUU here.

Date: 
Fri, 09/07/2018

ODSP 65+ Free Legal Workshop

 

The HIV Support Services Department is hosting a workshop Monday September 17th 2018 in partnership with HALCO.  The workshop is from 11AM-4PM with lunch and snacks provided.

Presenter:  Jill McNall, Community Legal Worker (licensed paralegal), HIV & AIDS Legal Clinic Ontario (HALCO)

ODSP Update, and Government Benefits Overview for People Living with AIDS who are Turning 65

This free public legal education workshop will give overviews of:

Women + HIV Symposium: Women's Bodies, Women's Lives

8:30AM-4:00PM

Please join us for the second annual Women Living with HIV Symposium at the BMO Centre! This year, we will explore both the art and the science of self-care.

We have lined up a number of local and regional speakers who will be offering sessions on new and developing health care strategies, providing updates to the services available within the sector (including U=U, PrEP, Harm Reduction) in addition to exploring the benefits of Art Therapy, Indigenous Healing and Mindfulness.

Date: 
Wed, 09/19/2018

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