Staff & Contacts

HIV AIDS regional services office

Location & Hours

HARS (HIV/AIDS Regional Services)

844a Princess Street
Kingston, ON K7L 1G5

Phone: (613) 545-3698

Open Monday to Friday: 9:00am–12:00pm, 1:00pm–5:00pm

Closed Sunday & Holidays.

Integrated Care Hub



Integrated Care Hub

661 Montreal Street
Kingston, ON K7K 3J3

Phone: (613) 329-6417

Open 23 hours a day, 7 days a week


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Affirming Our Commitment

HARS (HIV/AIDS Regional Services) is striving to do better: To hear the voices of Lived and Living Experience and to better reflect the diversity of the communities we serve. As such, we are affirming our commitment to the following principles and to participating in the process of reconciliation.

GIPA/MIPA – Greater Involvement/Meaningful Engagement of People Living with HIV/AIDS

We acknowledge that Greater involvement of people with HIV/AIDS (GIPA) is never achieved once and for all; it is a goal and commitment that must be continually renewed. GIPA is a practice, not a project, and is similar to all other accountabilities of healthy HIV organizing and service delivery. Our practices in AIDS service organizations (ASOs) must be continually re-evaluated in light of the changing realities of HIV/AIDS and of those living with it.


AR/AO – Anti Racism/Anti Oppression

Used as an umbrella term that includes activities, practices, policies, ways of thinking, and initiatives that address oppression in all its forms (e.g. racism, homophobia, classism, ableism). Key to anti-oppression is an understanding that inequality and oppression exist in the world, and that all of us participate in unequal power dynamics in a variety of ways. Anti-oppression involves reflection and making choices about how to give, share, wield, or withhold power to assist and act in solidarity with people who are marginalized.


TRC – Truth and Reconciliation Calls to Action

Each of us has a role to contribute to the process of reconciliation. Public dialogue and action on reconciliation must extend beyond addressing the history and legacy of the residential schools. If Canada is to thrive in the twenty-first century, First Nations, Inuit, and Métis peoples must also thrive. This requires healthy communities and real economic and social change. National reconciliation involves building respectful relationships at the community level.


We invite our membership to affirm these principles and commit with us to doing this work. The Staff and Board look forward to providing a report card on our process in these areas at our Annual General Meeting (AGM).

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