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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.

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!

Honour Roll Recipient

2012 Honour Roll Recipient, David Feeney

David Feeney has given seven excellent years of service to RHAC. During that time, he exhibited integrity in his approach to the work, showed true leadership with the Board and demonstrated a genuine commitment to RHAC’s mission. He also demonstrated caring, concern and unwavering dedication.

Thu, 12/13/2012

Lighting Tree Red

RHAC has secured its own tree to be lit completely red throughout the month of December in Victoria Park, London. The tree will be accompanied by a sign that identifies it as the Remember, Honour, Celebrate tree sponsored by Regional HIV/AIDS Connection.

Please join us for its lighting this Friday evening, November 30. The official program for the evening run by the city starts at 6:15 p.m. with the lights coming on at 6:50 p.m. We will have a contingent of staff and volunteers there to watch the lights come on!

Thu, 11/29/2012

Rob Newman Named to OAN Honour Roll

The Ontario AIDS Network Honour Roll Awards were created in 1996. They are conferred annually at a gala award ceremony. Over the past 12 years they have become Ontario's most respected awards for HIV/AIDS work within the province.

The evening of Saturday, November 17, a contingent of RHAC staff travelled to Toronto to support Rob Newman as he received the Persons with HIV/AIDS Leadership award.

Congratulations, Rob! We are proud of you.

Mon, 11/19/2012

Faith-based Community Involvement

The Role of Religion in the HIV/AIDS Movement

Seventy percent of the world’s people identify as members of a religious community. The majority of individuals living with HIV are people of faith. Faith helps shape how they perceive themselves and the world around them and how they respond to their neighbours in need near and far (

Join us for a discussion on the role of faith communities in supporting people living with HIV/AIDS and what role religion can play in a holistic view of health and well-being.  

Disclosure Information Session

Regional HIV/AIDS Connection will be hosting an information session regarding the October 5 ruling by the Supreme Court of Canada on HIV disclosure and the impact on people living with HIV/AIDS.

Guest Speaker:
Ryan Peck, Executive Director / Lawyer
HIV/AIDS Legal Clinic Ontario

This meeting is open to all people living with HIV/AIDS.

Thursday November 22, 2012
3:00p.m – 4:30p.m.

Regional HIV/AIDS Connection
30-186 King Street London, ON
2nd floor