Educate to Empower Workshops

Funded by the M.A.C. AIDS Fund, The Educate to Empower: Train the Trainer Program has been designed to move beyond “knowledge” or “information” by promoting discussion around the social dynamics of HIV and what this means in people’s lives. Workshop participants are encouraged to bring this information back into their schools, organizations or communities for further discussion.

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AIDS VANCOUVER MOVES BACK TO ITS’ OLD HOOD

AIDS Vancouver has moved back to its’ old neighbourhood but our address is not 1107 Seymour Street. Our new address is 1101 Seymour Street, Vancouver, BC V6B 0R1 at Helmcken Street.

The actual move occurred at the end of August and we are currently working hard to get everything organized so we will officially re-open for services on Monday, September 11, 2017.

Our Grocery Program will open Tuesday September 12 and Wednesday Septemeber 13, 2017 this week and Tuesday and Wednesday, September 19 and 20, 2017 next week.  We will then be on our regular schedule for October and November.

December we will hold our Annual Holiday Grocery on Tuesday, December 12, 2017.

Follow us here to keep updated: Twitter: @aidsvancouver or Facebook: facebook.com/aidsvancouver or aidsvancouver.org.

Questions or concerns: If you have questions, please contact us at: contact@aidsvancouver.org.


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Case Management

If you are living with HIV/AIDS, you can count on AIDS Vancouver's Case Management program. We work to help you achieve stable and sustained health, and a better quality of life. You can drop in to our Access Office at 803 East Hasting Street between the hours of 10:00am and 4:00pm, Monday through Friday.

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The Helpline

Our online helpline is an anonymous and confidential information for anyone concerned about HIV and AIDS.

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The Grocery

Our Grocery Program aims to address food security issues by providing over 16,000 supplemental grocery bags to over 1200 clients annually.

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Testing Sites in the Lower Mainland

HIV testing is available for FREE at community health clinics, sexual health clinics and from your family doctor.

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The 30 30 Campaign

The 30 30 Campaign was created in 2013 to celebrate AIDS Vancouver’s
30th anniversary. The campaign pieces together the dynamic history of HIV
in Vancouver, told by and for those who were there.


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