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To prevent HIV transmission and to help people living with HIV/AIDS become informed, accepted and self-determined.
To recognize and respond to the stigma and challenges posed by HIV/AIDS on individuals and communities through education and support.
Board of Directors
Every week in our community, three people are diagnosed with HIV.
With hundreds of people living with this disease in Hamilton, Halton, Haldimand, Norfolk and Brant, community support is vital.
Since 1986, The AIDS Network has been the primary voice for HIV/AIDS prevention, support, and service for men, women, children and families.
The AIDS Network is partially funded by The Ontario Ministry of Health and Long Term Care's AIDS Bureau and the Public Health of Canada's AIDS Community Action Program.
The remainder of the programs and services are funded through special events and the generous support of the community. Without your support, we'd be unable to provide the wide range of programs and services that we offer.
Our mission is simple: to recognize and respond to the stigma and challenges posed by HIV/AIDS on individuals and communities through education and support.
The AIDS Network believes in a world that is free of HIV/AIDS and we promote the importance of prevention and the quality of life for all people living with HIV/AIDS.
Our vision is to see an end to the HIV epidemic, and to help people living with HIV/AIDS become informed, accepted and self-determined. We also believe a community-wide response to HIV is essential to reducing it's impact.