Become a Member

At HARS we believe that our work is grounded in the communities we serve. HARS relies on an extensive membership base of individuals who wish to have a say in our operations and who want to feel a part of the HIV/AIDS movement. Members are granted voting privileges at our […]

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Student Opportunities

We offer enriching and learning opportunities for students who wish to gain hands-on experience and for a future career in the social service sector. We invite students from health care, social work and social service programs to submit their resume with a cover letter for placement with HARS. Attention to […]

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Volunteer at HARS

If you are looking for meaningful volunteer work in a fun, welcoming environment, look no further! As a volunteer you can help staff the office front desk & drop-in space, join our fundraising committee, drive service users to appointments, help organize events like the AIDS Walk and the AIDS Vigil, […]

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Donate to HARS

100%  of your donation goes directly to our service users. At HARS we always appreciate the generous support of individual donors. Donations help us to provide service users with essential items – warm winter wear, a monthly hot lunch, personal care items, vitamins, emergency relief funding and help us provide […]

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Who We Are

SINCE 1988, HIV / AIDS Regional Services has been providing comprehensive HIV / AIDS education and support programs and limited Hepatitis C services. Based in Kingston Ontario, our catchment area is Belleville to the west, Brockville to the east, and Sharbot Lake to the north.

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HIV Basics

What HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) is a virus that attacks your body’s defence against disease and illness by infecting the very cells which would normally fight off infection. Anyone can be infected with HIV. You can have HIV without knowing it. You may not look or feel sick for years, […]

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