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We believe that PHAs (Persons living with HIV/AIDS) have the right to full, active and healthy lives, free of discrimination.
We meet people where they are at without judgment, and we support people to make informed choices about their own lives.

Our Programs are Free and Confidential 

Our Support Services staff are skilled in answering questions, providing support and offering a number of programs and services to people living with HIV/AIDS, as well as to those affected by HIV/AIDS, including family, friends and loved ones.

If you’re interested in our programs and services or just have a question to make an appointment with our Support Services team.

If you want to ask a question, talk to someone or schedule an appointment please call, email or drop in to the Kingston office.

All our services are free and confidential. Self-referrals are encouraged. Our main office is located in Kingston. Our Regional Support Coordinator is also available to meet with you outside regular office hours and at locations in any of the communities we serve within our catchment area (Belleville to the west, Brockville to the east, and Sharbot Lake to the north).

Newly Diagnosed? We are here to help you.

When you first test positive for HIV or hepatitis C it is normal to feel afraid and confused. It is important to know neither diagnosis is a death sentence, and you are not alone in your journey.

Our Support Services team is skilled in working with people living with HIV/AIDS and hepatitis C. You probably have many questions about your future. We will work with you to answer your questions and connect you to services and programs that can help you live a healthy, long life with HIV/AIDS and/or hepatitis C.

Testing positive is not:

  • The end of the world
  • The end of your relationships
  • The end of you

Testing positive is:

  • A raw deal you’ll probably feel strongly about, even if at first you’re numb.
  • A challenge to you and the people in your life.
  • An opportunity to grow.

You have a future. You may not believe it right now, but HIV is not a death sentence. There have been significant advances care and treatment. People with HIV can now live long, productive lives.

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