Public Health Agency of Canada Cutting Funding to Canadian AIDS Service Organizations HIV and Hepatitis C Community Action Fund will leave many Canadians living with HIV or Hep C out in the cold, with several established service organizations having their funding partially or completely cut. Ottawa, ON, Canada, October 12, 2016 – Just two weeks… Read more »
In recognition of World AIDS Day 2016, the Canadian AIDS Society has compiled a list of resources including HIV testing 101 to information on consent and disclosure. Click here to visit their website.
The Canadian AIDS Society, with the Canadian Working Group on HIV and Rehabilitation, and the Canadian Hospice Palliative Care Association, invites people living with and affected by HIV/AIDS to be part of a national conversation on Aging and HIV. Please follow the link for more information. http://www.cdnaids.ca/home.nsf/pages/agingandhiv
Are you living with HIV or AIDS? Do you use the services of your local Service Organization? Do you want to learn about the new Community Action Fund? Join us in a discussion of the upcoming changes to the funding structure from the Public Health Agency of Canada and share how the integrated Community Action… Read more »
Note to CAS Board and Executive Directors of CAS member organizations as well as regional Executive Directors National calls – Save the date: Nov. 21st & 24th As per our discussions this week, we will be hosting two calls with Lisa Smylie, Manager at PHAC, to discuss the proposed funding models. Lisa has accepted our… Read more »
Attention: Trans* People Community-based AIDS organizations want to know what you need The Canadian AIDS Society, in collaboration with its National Transgender Community Advisory Committee, is reaching out via a survey to learn more about the needs of trans* people in Canada. The anonymous survey asks questions about your health, your background, your current circumstances,… Read more »
The Canadian AIDS Society is in the process of seeking people to join a community advisory board which will help develop some HIV prevention tools for young women. Our ideal community advisory committee would be comprised of young women from diverse backgrounds, including (but not limited to) HIV+ women, trans women, intravenous drug users, incarcerated… Read more »
The Canadian AIDS Society is in the process of seeking individuals with transgender community knowledge and experience to actively participate in a Transgender Needs Assessment Community Advisory Committee. We especially encourage applications from trans people and/or people living with HIV. The Community Advisory Committee will actively guide a needs assessment survey, key informant interviews, community… Read more »