Tag: support

Positive Living Fraser Valley Society a non- profit organization that provides wrap around services to those infected or affected by HIV, Viral Hepatitis, TB and Sexually Transmitted Blood Borne Infections and persons who use drugs throughout Fraser East (Langley to Boston Bar). We are recruiting for a permanent position (37.5 hours per week). Extensive knowledge… Read more »

PHAC: Release of HIV and HCV G&Cs Performance Reports

The Public Health Agency of Canada is pleased to share the first Federal Initiative to Address HIV/AIDS in Canada: National Grant and Contributions Performance Measurement Report – 2012-13 and the first Hepatitis C Prevention, Support and Research Program: National Grants and Contributions Performance Measurement Report – 2012-13. These reports summarize performance measurement findings for 2012-13,… Read more »

Update on PHAC’s HIV and Hepatitis C Activities

Under the Federal Initiative to Address HIV/AIDS in Canada and the Hepatitis C Prevention, Support and Research Program, the Agency currently manages separate funding programs to support the community response to HIV and hepatitis C. The projects under these programs are in the process of being extended for three years, from April 1, 2014 –… Read more »

Developing Public Awareness Messaging about HIV Testing

The Public Health Agency of Canada recently held 2 webinars on Developing Public Awareness Messaging about HIV Testing. The 3 topics presented were: HIV Testing Guide HIV Testing Rates in Canada HIV Estimates   Prevention, support and treatment resources CANADIAN AIDS TREATMENT INFORMATION EXCHANGE (CATIE) CATIE is Canada’s source for up-to-date information about HIV and… Read more »

June-July, 2013 HEPC.BULL

ARTICLES IN THIS ISSUE include: the problem of fairness in hepatitis C funding and care, ensuring that HCV+ people have a voice in organizations that represent us and get funding to provide hepatitis C support, education, and prevention services, the need for a liver transplant ‘support team’ of Vancouver area volunteers to help transplant patients… Read more »