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Community Resources & Links on the Internet

Community organizations and service providers for people living with HIV

Toronto People with AIDS Foundation (PWA)

AIDS Committee of Toronto (ACT)

Women’s health in Women’s Hands—Centro de Salud Comunitario para Mujeres

Centro para Gente de Habla Hispana / Centre for Spanish Speaking People (CSSP), HIV/AIDS Program

HIV/AIDS Legal Clinic of Ontario (HALCO)

Prisoners HIV/AIDS Support Action Network (PASAN)

ASO411, an online resource through which you can find services in your community.

Websites with general information on HIV/AIDS

 

CATIE

CATIE is Canada's source for up-to-date, unbiased information about HIV and hepatitis C.  CATIE connects people living with HIV or hepatitis C, at-risk communities, healthcare providers and community organizations with the knowledge, resources and expertise to reduce transmission and improve quality of life.

 

The Body.com

Provides practical and comprehensive information on all topics of interest related to HIV/AIDS. There are English and Spanish versions.

Anonimous HIV Testing in Toronto:

 

Kensington Midwives

340 College Street, Suite 375

416-928-9777

 

New Heights Community Health Centre (formerly Lawrence Heights Community Health Centre)

12 Flemington Rd.

416-787-1661 ext. 278

 

Parkdale Community Health Centre

1229 Queen Street West

416-537-2455

 

Sages Femmes Rouge Valley Midwives

6758 Kingston Road, Unit 6

905-409-6447 y 416-286-2228

 

Women’s Health in Women’s Hands

2 Carlton Street, Suite 500

416-593-1815 clinic

 

Anishnawbe Health Toronto

225 Queen Street East

416-360-0486

 

Bay Centre for Birth Control at the Women’s College Hospital

790 Bay St, 8th Floor

416-351-3700

 

Birth Control and Venereal Disease Information Centre

960 Lawrence Avenue west, 4th floor Suite 403

416-789-4541

 

Central Toronto Community Health Centres — Queen West Site

168 Bathurst Street

416-703-8482

 

Centre francophone de Toronto

22 College Street

416-922-2672

 

Hassle Free Clinic

Gerrard Street East, Second Floor

416-922-0566 (women’s clinic) or 416-922-0603 (men’s clinic)

 

Rexdale Community Health Centre

8 Taber Road

416-744-0066

 

For more information on other places and websites in Ontario contact the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care, to the toll-free number at 1.866.532.3161. You can request Spanish assistance.

If you have any questions about where to get tested, or if you need support with this decision, call us at 416-5060-1400 X 109 and make an appointment to speak with a volunteer on our peer counselling program.

 

Make an appointment!

Call us at 416.5060.1400 Extension 109, e-mail us at preguntas@latinospositivos.ca or visit us at 200 Gerrard St. E, 3rd Floor, Toronto, ON M5A 2E6.
To schedule an intake appointment, please call Omar or Tomas at 416.506.1400 Extension 109.
 

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