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Women’s Bodies, Women’s Lives: HIV and Wellness Symposium


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.

Annual General Meeting

Blackfriars catered reception at 5:30pm

The Board of Directors would like to extend the invitation to our volunteers, our supporters, and our friends to join us at the Annual General Meeting. Additionally, our new Board Members will be elected at this time.

Please join us as we host an overview our performance from the past fiscal year, along with reflections and recognition of successes in serving our community.

NEW MEMBERS: We must receive your forms and/or fees ($10 per year) by Monday Aug 27th

HIV Stigma Index Call For Participants

Canadian HIV Stigma Index - Call For Participants

The HIV Stigma Index is a research and community-building tool used in more than 90 countries worldwide. It is now being implemented in Ontario by a diverse team comprised of community-based representatives, service providers, and academics through St. Michael’s hospital.

Purpose of the Study

The aim of the HIV Stigma Index is to collect information about the experiences of people living with HIV related to stigma, discrimination, and human rights.

Research Process

Mon, 07/16/2018

Pride 2018 Walk With RHAC


Come join us and walk with Regional HIV/AIDS Connection at the 24th Annual London Pride Parade!

We will be meeting at cone A11 at the Western Fair tracks. Please be prompt and join us for the whole duration of the parade since there will be a quick debriefing session afterwards.

PrEP & U=U Pride Info Session


This year, RHAC has chosen Knowledge as our theme for Pride. We'll be raising awareness about a variety of HIV prevention tools, starting with this public information session on PrEP and U=U.

Learn more about PrEP, a daily pill that can prevent HIV, and RHAC's new PrEP Clinic! We will also be talking about U=U (Undetectable = Untransmittable) which means that a person living with HIV who is on treatment can lower the amount of the virus in their body to an 'undetectable' state where they cannot sexually transmit HIV. 

TD Pride Party


This year is the first TD Pride Party! Join us for this free family fun event. The theme is carnival so there will be music, clowns, cotton candy, snow cones, and much more. 

We will also be accepting red yarn donations for our annual Red Scarf Fundraiser this fall.

See you there!

PrEP Clinic


We are hosting PrEP Clinics every second Friday! PrEP (pre-exposure prophylaxis) is a medication that one can take daily to prevent HIV that is highly effective when used consistently and correctly. We are happy to announce a partnership with SpecialtyRx to be able to offer this to the community, with a nurse practitioner, who will be accepting clients twice a month.

For more info on PrEP visit: CATIE PrEP