Community Programming

Program partnerships are an integral part of the work that PWA does to meet the needs of people living with HIV/AIDS. Sharing resources and creating innovative community programming that builds on the strengths and capacity of participating agencies ensures effective and accessible programs. PWA partners in the following programs through roles such as providing staff leadership, financial contributions, volunteer and organizational support, as well as historical and ongoing expertise.


Food Access
This community program in partnership with Dixon Hall/Mid-Toronto Community Services connects people to food programs inside PWA, such as The Essentials Market and Food for Life, as well as other community food programs outside of PWA.

This program is made possible with the generous support from: Mazon logo

 


Circle of Care

Circle of Care Initiative
The Circle of Care Initiative is a collaborative approach to providing diverse, innovative and practical support services to women living with HIV in Toronto. It is a consortium of five AIDS Service Organizations including the AIDS Committee of Toronto (ACT), Black Coalition for AIDS Prevention (Black CAP), PASAN, Toronto People With AIDS Foundation (PWA) and The Teresa Group.

Brochure: English  French  Spanish

To find out more about the Circle of Care Peer Support Program or to request a Peer, contact the Circle of Care Peer Support Coordinator or phone at (416) 506-1400 ext. 210


ccnm Community PHA Naturopathic Clinic
The Community PHA Naturopathic Clinic is operated as a collaborative program of the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine, Sherbourne Health Centre and the Toronto People With AIDS Foundation, providing free naturopathic care to people living with HIV/AIDS. To make an appointment, contact the Naturopathic clinic at 416-324-4187.


Community Summer Picnic
Every summer PWA hosts a Community Summer Picnic for people living with HIV with other community partner agencies. The picnic provides an opportunity for clients to connect in an affirming, safe and inclusive space.