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PHA Cafe

PHA Cafe is a social support group held on the second Thursday of the month. Groups provide an opportunity to talk, engage in activities, and get to know one another. Past Groups have included social outings, movie nights, and guest speakers. Please contact Richard MacDonagh, Case Manager at 519-434-1601 ext 228 or by email (rmacdonagh@hivaidsconnection.ca) for more information.

Volleyball Tournament

Want to have some summertime fun in the middle of winter? Sign up for the Memory Walkers Beach Volleyball Tournament! This event will take place at Spike's Indoor Beach Volleyball at 120 Weston Street in London on Saturday, February 23 from 9:30 am until 4:00 pm. The cost is $22 per person and all skill levels are welcome. Bar and food are available at Spike's. All proceeds from this event will go towards the Scotiabank AIDS Walk for Life event in September, in support of Regional HIV/AIDS Connection, the John Gordon Home and Camp Wendake.

Date: 
Tue, 02/12/2013

Anonymous HIV Testing in Strathroy

Regional HIV/AIDS Connection and London Intercommunity Health Centre's Options Anonymous HIV Testing Clinic will be hosting a free, anonymous testing clinic in Strathroy on Thursday, March 21 from 2-4 p.m.

The clinic will be held at the Next Wave Youth Centre, 32 Front St. W., Strathroy.

Rapid testing is done in a private room, and you will get your results in 15-20 minutes. You will receive pre and post-test counselling. No appointments needed - just drop in!

Volunteer Orientation & HIV Basics

If you are interested in becoming an RHAC volunteer, you can attend Volunteer Orientation.

At this session you will learn about RHAC's mission and values, what volunteer opportunities are available and learn some HIV Basics.

Please contact the Community Engagement Coordinator, Martin McIntosh by calling 519-434-1601 or emailing mmcintosh@hivaidsconnection.ca, to sign up for the orientation session or to learn more about volunteering at RHAC.

Volunteer Orientation & HIV Basics

If you are interested in becoming an RHAC volunteer, you can attend Volunteer Orientation.

At this session you will learn about RHAC's mission and values, what volunteer opportunities are available and learn some HIV Basics.

Please contact the Community Engagement Coordinator, Martin McIntosh by calling 519-434-1601 or emailing mmcintosh@hivaidsconnection.ca, to sign up for the orientation session or to learn more about volunteering at RHAC.

LGBT Support Group Starting

There is a new social support group being offered in London for LGBT2Q people, called Survive and Thrive. This social support group is offered to those who have experienced any type of violence or hate motivated behavior because of their actual or perceived sexual orientation or gender identity. The group will provide facilitated and trained supports to LGBT2Q survivors of hate crimes, hate incidents, violence, stigma and discrimination which will work to decrease the long term side effects of: 

Date: 
Thu, 01/10/2013

Opening Doors registration now open!

The Western Ontario Opening Doors HIV Counseling Initiative is hosting the annual conference in Windsor on March 7 & 8. The 2013 conference, called Opening Doors: Well On Our Way!, will focus on the important intersections between mental and physical health and how we can improve our resiliency. There will be speakers, a PHA panel and wellness activities, as well as socializing, networking and great food!

Date: 
Thu, 01/03/2013

Holiday Hours

Season's Greetings from all of us at RHAC.

We wish you healthy and happy holidays! RHAC will be closed December 24-26 and January 1. We will be offering Needle & Syringe Program services only  via our north entrance from 9 am-5 pm December 27 & 28 and from 9 am-3 pm December 31. All other agency services will resume Wednesday, January 2.

Date: 
Tue, 12/18/2012

Opening Doors: Well on our way

The Western Ontario Opening Doors HIV Counseling Initiative is hosting the annual conference in Windsor on March 7 & 8. The 2013 conference, called Opening Doors: Well On Our Way!, will focus on the important intersections between mental and physical health and how we can improve our resiliency. There will be speakers, a PHA panel and wellness activities, as well as socializing, networking and great food!

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