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 Temporary Move
We are excited to announce that AIDS Vancouver’s office at 1107 Seymour St. is being rebuilt. We are moving to a temporary location until the new office is built (this will take about 2- 2.5 years). Our top goal during this time is to provide you with the information you need, and to have services and programs available to you as soon as possible.
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.
Our online helpline is an anonymous and confidential information for anyone concerned about HIV and AIDS.
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Our Grocery Program aims to address food security issues by providing over 16,000 supplemental grocery bags to over 1200 clients annually.
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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Your generosity will go along way to help people in need living with HIV/AIDS.
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Check out upcoming events, find recent news articles and see what's going on in the community!
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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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