Tag: Red Road HIV/AIDS Network

Survey – Bloodlines Magazine Issue #15

Red Road HIV/AIDS Network is requesting your participation in a brief survey to let us know what you thought about Issue #15 of Bloodlines Magazine:http://www.red-road.org/downloads/Bloodlines_15.pdf.  Bloodlines is a full colour magazine featuring Aboriginal Persons Living with HIV/AIDS (APHA). This magazine offers a forum in which APHAs can share their personal experiences, discuss issues affecting them,… Read more »

Announcement from Red Road & PWN

Red Road HIV/AIDS Network (RRHAN) and Positive Women’s Network (PWN) are thrilled to announce that the Indigenous Women’s Support position for their joint Holistic Health Awareness Program for Indigenous Women has been filled. Judy Mitchell from North Vancouver, BC will commence with the duties of her new role at PWN’s drop-in centre located at 614–1033… Read more »

Using an Indigenous holistic approach within a Case Management model, this position provides supportive and cultural guidance to those infected/affected by blood borne pathogens falling within the Red Road and Positive Women’s Network’s mandates and assists in enhancing quality of life by making relevant referrals to other organizations and/or agencies. Housed at Positive Women’s Network Vancouver offices, works… Read more »

Red Road HIV/AIDS Network AGM

        Annual General Meeting Thursday, January 31, 2012 Location: Vancouver Aboriginal Friendship Centre, 1607 East Hastings Street, Vancouver, BC Chief Simon Baker Room Time:   5:00pm – 8:00pm •             Everyone is Welcome •             Registration is Free Agenda Items: •             Review of the Carver Model:  RRHAN Governance Model Please forward registration form to: Red… Read more »

National Aboriginal AIDS Awareness Week 2012: Getting to Zero

Red Road HIV/AIDS Network and Canadian Aboriginal AIDS Network will partner to host event on December 5-6, 2012 in Victoria, BC. Location: Vancouver Island Ballroom, Hotel Grand Pacific, 463 Belleville Street Victoria, BC Theme: Celebrating Aboriginal Women and Culture Time: 9am – 4pm Red Road HIV/AIDS Network is mobilizing community to be part of this… Read more »

The Provincial coordinator is responsible for building the foundation for and implementing the Provincial Coordination strategy and other strategies for the Renewed and Strengthened Response to HIV and AIDS in Aboriginal Communities in BC. Working with the support and guidance of the Renewing our Response (ROR) leaders Group and other stakeholders, the Provincial Coordinator will… Read more »