POSTING DATE: June 26th/2020 CLOSING DATE: July 6th/2020 STATUS: Casual/Relief/Part Time/Full Time Contracts to September 31st/2020 WAGE: $20.00 per hour, plus shift premium for applicable shifts and for Shift Lead position HIV/AIDS Regional Services (HARS) in partnership with Street Health Centre a part of Kingston Community Health Centres (KCHC) are […]
Public Notice on HARS’ response to COVID-19
June 10, 2020 Update Regarding Phase Two of On-Site services at HARS. As restrictions begin to lift in the Province of Ontario, I’m happy to advise that in addition to the services offered in Phase One of on-site services at HARS, the following services will be available in person, beginning […]
Some Things Should Stay in the 80s.
AIDS Awareness Week takes place on the last week of November each year, culminating on World AIDS Day, December 1st. HIV/AIDS has been part of our society since the early 1980s. Some of you may remember the early days. There was a lot of fear, a lot that scientists and […]
2018-2019 Annual Report
The Board and Staff of HIV/AIDS Regional Services (HARS) are pleased to present the 2018-2019 Annual Report.
2019 Eastern Ontario Opening Doors
The Eastern Ontario Opening Doors committee looks forward to welcoming you to the 27th Annual Eastern Ontario Opening Doors Conference, taking place October 23-25/2019 at the beautiful Glen House Resort in the Thousand Islands. For more information and registration forms, please visit: 2019 Eastern Ontario Opening Doors Registration Package Formulaire […]
UR Worx Mobile Outreach Service
The Harm Reduction Mobile Outreach Service is a program offered through HARS in partnership with KCHC’s Street Health Centre and our local Public Health Units. We provide comprehensive, nonjudgmental and inclusive services to urban and rural communities within our catchment area (Prince Edward Hastings, Kingston Frontenac Lennox and Addington, Leeds […]
Wear a Red Scarf for AIDS Awareness Week!
November 24-December 1st/2018 is AIDS Awareness Week. Even though we’ve known about HIV for about 35 years and HARS has been around for 30 of those, these days many of us don’t give as […]